November 18th in Abu Dhabi, UAE hosted the awarding of the best projects in the world of Web 3.0 – Middle East Blockchain Awards. The ceremony was attended by government officials and industry experts from the Middle East and digital finance and blockchain technology professionals from all around the world. Launched with the aim of recognizing and encouraging outstanding projects in the field of innovation, the MEBA award was established by the Hoko Middle East agency together with Abu Dhabi Finance Week and the Association of Crypto and Blockchain Technologies of the Middle East, Africa and Asia (MEAACBA).
IslamicCoin became the winner in the nomination “The Most Promising ESG Crypto Project 2022”
A panel of prestigious experts selected the winners for each category. The panel included Dr Marwan Al Zarouni, CEO of Dubai Blockchain Centre (DBCC); Jehanzeb Awan, Board Member of MEAACBA, Founding Partner and CEO of J. Awan and Partners; Miriam Kiwan, Former Head of Digital Assets at ADGM, Board Member at BlackOack Global; Misha Hanin, co-founder and Futurist at Bedu; Saqr Ereiqat, Co-Founder and CCO of Crypto Oasis, and Matthew Amlot, Managing Editor of Arabian Business.
Bally Singh, Chairman and Co-Founder of Hoko Group said: “On behalf of everyone at Hoko Group and MEBA’s sponsors, I would like to offer hearty congratulations to the well-deserving winners of the inaugural Middle East Blockchain Awards. This has been a spectacular event celebrating the phenomenal calibre of Web 3.0 innovation and talent across the Middle East. With such a successful first showing, and such a strong field of contenders for each of our award categories, we look forward to future editions of MEBA with great anticipation.”
We congratulate the developers of Islamic Coin on this impressive victory!
IslamicCoin is the first project to provide the community with powerful financial technology that allows for seamless transactions, support innovation and charity. The project is 100% compliant with Shariah law and benefits the community. Developers focus on sustainable development and use technology and innovation to ensure financial sustainability.
“At the heart of Islamic finance is the prohibition on charging interest. Islamic finance has always been focused on not shifting most of the risks to one side of the financial relationship. In Islamic finance, balance and transparency of transactions should be observed, which can negatively affect our society,” says Mohammed AlKaff AlHashmi, one of the founders of IslamicCoin.
IslamicCoin targets 1.1 billion Muslims using the Internet. The project creates convenient tools designed for users who have never been owners of cryptocurrencies. The mission of the project is to provide the international community of followers of Islam with a reliable and promising financial instrument that allows for independent financial interaction, support innovation and philanthropy.
Using the power of the Muslim community, IsalmicCoin can become one of the most important and valuable crypto assets. If 3-4% of the Muslim online community own an Islamic coin, it will become a bitcoin-scale crypto asset, bringing its holders a trillion dollars and $100 billion for the Evergreen DAO.