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17 Mar, 2023
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The Al Jalila Foundation, Jetex, Huawei, and Dubai Police were among the numerous nominees for the awards.

Dubai hosted its first international NFT (non-fungible token) awards, set to take place on March 16th at the prestigious Armani Hotel. The event has been organized by ftNFT Phygital Space, a company that specializes in the sale and promotion of NFTs, and which is rapidly establishing itself as a leader in the emerging NFT market.

The day's festivities began with the grand opening ceremony of ftNFT Phygital Space's second store at the Dubai Mall, which promised to offer an immersive and cutting-edge virtual experience for visitors. The store featured a massive gallery showcasing a diverse range of NFT artwork, including pieces from some of the most talented and innovative artists working in the field today.

Following the store launch, the International NFT Awards took place at the Armani Hotel during a lavish gala dinner. The awards ceremony was a celebration of the achievements of some of the most accomplished NFT artists, influencers, foundations, and brands from around the world, with nominees including The Al Jalila Foundation, Jetex, Huawei, and Dubai Police.

The event promises to be a landmark moment in the growing popularity of NFTs, which are rapidly transforming the way that artists, collectors, and investors think about art and digital assets. With the help of companies like ftNFT Phygital Space, the market for NFTs is expanding rapidly, offering exciting new opportunities for artists and collectors alike.

The international NFT awards represent a unique chance to recognize and celebrate the most innovative and groundbreaking work being done in this exciting and rapidly evolving field.