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The Best NFT Government Project Award was recently given to Dubai Police NFT

The Dubai Police’s Department of Artificial Intelligence has been recognized for its NFT project, as it recently won the Best NFT Government Project Award.

About the Award Ceremony

At a global event for the non-fungible token (NFT) accolade, hosted by the Emirate of Dubai, Col. Hussain bin Ghalaita, the Deputy Director for the Department of AI for Smart Applications Affairs, was presented with the Best NFT Project Award done by any government entity.

A ceremony was also held in the Armani Hotel – Burj Khalifa ballroom, honoring Hessa Al Balushi, the Dubai Smart Applications Department Director, and Lt Col. Ahmed Al Haj, the Administrative Affairs Acting Director, as well as the entire project team of ‘Dubai Police NFT’.

The NFT Viewpoint of Ghalaita

Col. bin Ghalaita was honored to be presented with the inaugural award, a testament to Dubai Police’s position as a premier government agency for the introduction of their NFT collections. This effort demonstrates their dedication to providing state-of-the-art solutions to their constituents.

Furthermore, Ghalaita stated that Dubai Police is the first government entity in the UAE to create its own digital assets and the first police agency in the world to launch its first set of non-fungible tokens for free across various social media platforms, including 150 free digital assets that signify the Force’s values of innovation, security, and communication.

The Dubai Police’s introduction of non-fungible tokens (NFTs) is in line with the Dubai government’s aim to stimulate interest in digital assets and help attract people interested in this modern digital trend.