Dubai Police Drops 150 Free NFTs Collection

  • According to Brigadier Khalid Nasser Al Razooqi, Director of the General Department of Artificial Intelligence at the Dubai Police.
  • Members of the public can obtain these digital assets free of charge by participating in the Dubai Police campaign with a repost.
  • Share and the necessary information for registration of interest, according to the Dubai Police.

According to local media outlet Khaleej Times, the Dubai Police has launched a campaign to demonstrate the city’s security, innovation, and communication values by releasing a set of non-fungible tokens (NFTs) that include 150 free digital assets as part of a campaign to demonstrate the city’s security, innovation, and communication values.

When the general public joins in the campaign, both inside and outside the country, the NFTs will be provided at no cost to the recipient.

The Dubai Police, as the first government institution in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to build its digital assets, aspires to improve police via the use of technology.

Several characteristics of NFTs, including their limited supply and the need for evidence of ownership, have allowed them to continue to take the globe by storm.

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has set its sights on becoming a blockchain and cryptocurrency capital, and it is getting the ball rolling by launching several projects.

For example, cryptocurrency firms were given the go-ahead to establish operations at the Dubai Multi-Commodities Centre (DMCC) free zone earlier this year.

As reported by, Citizens School, a Dubai-based educational institution, has just announced that it would accept Bitcoin and Ethereum as payment for tuition fees.

The institution entered into a partnership with a digital currency platform to accept cryptocurrency payments by automatically converting them to dirhams in the background (AED). As a result, according to data analytics company YouGov, over 67 percent of UAE citizens are interested in cryptocurrency investments due to the crypto-friendly policies that have been implemented.

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