Smart Dubai and IBM has announced the launch of the Dubai Blockchain Platform, the first government-endorsed blockchain platform as-a-service in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
Smart Dubai has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with IBM with the aim of setting up a Data Science Lab and collaborating on organising the Chief Data Officer (CDO) Summit in Dubai in 2019.
Smart Dubai, in partnership with the Telecommunication Regulatory Authority (TRA) has launched UAEPASS, a National Digital Identity and Signature Solution for all citizens, residents and visitors, to access different federal and local online services.
Smart Dubai Office (SDO) has launched the ‘Payment Reconciliation and Settlement’ System, which was developed in collaboration with the Dubai Department of Finance as a blockchain-powered upgrade to its financial system.
Smart Dubai, in partnership with the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT), has developed a ground-breaking Master of Science in Data …
Amna Sultan Al Owais, DIFC Courts’ chief executive and registrar, knows that legal systems have to change. The organisation is …
Dubai has snagged the top spot as the ‘Most Innovative City’ in the region in 2thinknow’s 2018 report.
The Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) Courts have partnered with Smart Dubai to create the world’s first Court of the Blockchain.
The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) in Dubai has launched Apple Pay feature enabling customers using iPhones to process the payment of several fees in a quick and safe environment via RTA Dubai app.
Blockchain technology can transform the Dubai real estate market and the wider economy by bringing in a new level of transparency to attract global players, said international investment and advisory specialists Cryptech.