Dubai Police Drops Its NFT Collection and Announces Airdrop


Dubai police announced that it’s dropping its NFT collection. This announcement was made through one of the tweets where they also announced a free airdrop.

Source: Dubai Police Twitter page

The announcement follows details about their NFT collection. The Dubai police mentioned that these NFTs are built on values like innovation, security, and communication.

Dubai welcomes crypto

The UAE government has recently legalized crypto and several blockchain startups and crypto projects. Following this happy news, the Dubai Police dropped its NFT collection.

Each of the NFTs will highlight a unique design and value for future submerging technologies.

The announcement also mentioned an opportunity for the community to get their hands on the Dubai Police NFT collection. Those interested can participate in their airdrop and get a chance to own one of their NFTs.

To participate in the airdrop, you have to share Dubai Police value NFT post with your friends and send a direct message with your name, email, and NFT wallet address.

The UAE government has shown its keen support for positive crypto regulation. Khalid Nasser Al Razooqi, director of the Department of AI, said that “NFT is a unit of data stored on a type of digital ledger called a blockchain, and every NFT is a unique copy in itself, containing complete information about the date of creation and owner.

He also added to his conversation that information related to NFTs could not be duplicated. It is to be noted that the Dubai police is the first UAE body to release its own NFT collection.

UAE has envisioned skyrocketing crypto usage and the underlying technology. Since the government turned on the green light for crypto, business firms like Bybit, Crypto.com, and Binance. Etc have entered the nation.

By the looks of it, UAE is hoping to become the crypto capital of the world.