Access Abu Dhabi to Gift all Women in the City a Free Crypto Domain

Access Abu Dhabi to Gift all Women in the City a Free Crypto Domain

Access Abu Dhabi to Gift all Women in the City a Free Crypto Domain

The Abu Dhabi Investment Office (ADIO) and Access Abu Dhabi have partnered with Unstoppable Domains, a Web3 identity platform and NFT domain name provider to give every woman in the UAE capital a free crypto domain.

Along with a crypto domain they will also be given a free NFT and blockchain domain. The purpose of this giveaway is to enhance and encourage women’s Web3 knowledge and participation.

Women will be provided with a decentralized web address and digital identity which will give them complete control of their data and content within a space that they fully own.

Since 50% of the small to medium-sized enterprises are already women-owned in Abu Dhabi, this opportunity to capitalize on Web3 opportunities could be life-altering for these Arab women.

Eng. Abdulla Abdul Aziz Al Shamsi, Acting Director General of ADIO said, “The partnership with Unstoppable Domains to provide free crypto domains to all women in Abu Dhabi and embodies the emirate’s promise of inclusion, while creating opportunities for private sector participation in a fast-growing space.”

The initiative was announced during a Access Abu Dhabi-sponsored delegation visit to the UAE capital by the “Women of Web3”, a group of US-based female tech entrepreneurs working towards global expansion.

“It has been an honor to be a part of the ‘Women of Web3’ delegation, and I am grateful to Access Abu Dhabi and ADIO for providing such an immersive look into Abu Dhabi’s business and technology ecosystem,” said Sandy Carter, SVP of Unstoppable Domains and Founder of Unstoppable Women of Web3.

“Providing free crypto, NFT and blockchain domains to all women in Abu Dhabi is a power move that ensures women will be included in increasing numbers within the fabric of the Web3 movement for generations to come.”

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