October 10-14, in Dubai hosted the largest and the most authoritative exhibition of the latest achievements in the field of information and communication technologies – Gitex Global. The exhibition has been held since 1981 and the GITEX abbreviation stands for Gulf Information Technology Exhibition.
For the main Islamic financial IslamicCoin ecosystem, Gitex was the first event at which developers were able to present the HAQQ blockchain and the ISLM digital currency offline and communicate live with those who have already become an investor in the project and those who have not yet had time to get acquainted with the project.
The developers of IslamicCoin arrived at Gitex with an impressive baggage of achievements. At the end of June, the project received the prestigious Gulf Xellence Award, and in July it shocked the cryptocurrency world with the news that in just two weeks of private token sales it was able to attract more than $ 200 million of investments. And this is in a bear market, when the value of the most digital currencies continued to fall.
In June 2022, IslamicCoin received a Fatwa and was recognized as a project that complies with the laws of Islam and Shariah. IslamicCoin’s advisors are the leaders of the Islamic financial market. And even a member of the ruling family of the UAE, Sheikh Khalifa Bin Mohammed Bin Khalid Al Nahyan, joined the Advisory board.
The four exhibition days of Gitex were filled with meetings, interviews, round tables and just communication with visitors.
The IslamicCoin booth was like a spaceship that will be leaving tothemars soon!
Round table and a panel discussion with the IslamicCoin developers: Andrey Kuznetsov, Peter Rafferty and Mohammed AlKaff AlHashmi.
Mohammed AlKaff AlHashmi gives an interview at the IslamicCoin booth.
The IslamicCoin stand has become a center of attraction for visitors who want to get to know the project of the main Islamic financial ecosystem and communicate with its developers.
Despite the fact that IslamicCoin is aimed at maintaining and creating conditions for the prosperity and well-being of the Islamic community, investors and visitors of various faiths from all over the world show interest in it.
A white box with an intriguing inscription VIP GIFT SET is a special gift for special guests of the Gitex stand. By the way, you can win the same box with gifts from IslamicCoin in our article contest!
IslamicCoin is an important project not only for the future of digital finance, but also for the entire blockchain world. Fast and reliable Haqq blockchain technologies can be used to create NFT platforms.
New digital financial systems are forming new infrastructures around themselves, access to which should be open to everyone who supports technology, ethical development and wants to get a reliable tool for a new financial era.
IslamicCoin has shown that it can change the world of digital finance, and by the end of 2022, developers are planning a massive launch of the project on the market. The developers plan to achieve a project capitalization of $ 1 trillion!
“There is a huge demand for cryptocurrencies and applications compatible with Islam and Shariah. They are able to provide users with new financial products and solutions that are trustworthy. Such solutions are absolutely transparent, sustainable and fairer towards users who use them to manage their funds,” says another member of the IslamicCoin team, Mohammed AlKaff AlHashmi, a member of the HAQQ association specializing in Shariah-compliant digital financial services.
The IslamicCoin’s roadmap is a perfectly verified road along which you can reach any goal.
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 Sharia 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 Alhashmi, one of the founders of IslamicCoin.
Islamic Coin is aimed at 1.1 billion Muslims using the Internet. The project creates convenient tools designed for users who have never been owners of cryptocurrencies. Thus, the creators of IslamicCoin are expanding the capabilities of the Muslim online community by providing it with opportunities to use a new form of digital money and involving them in the modern digital world.