Abu Dhabi Global Markets (ADGM), the International Financial Center (IFC) of the United Arab Emirates capital, has launched its Crypto Hub at Abu Dhabi Finance Week (ADFW) 2022.
Given the rapid emergence of new virtual assets such as cryptocurrencies and other related assets, ADGM is leading the way in introducing progressive frameworks and regulations regarding these technologies and developments. the statement said.
Meanwhile, ADFW, which hosted the third day of sessions and panel discussions, under the theme of “Crypto Abu Dhabi,” facilitated the assembly of global crypto, blockchain, and decentralized financial entities to address the most disruptive financial challenges of our time. I have elaborated on some of the techniques. We also discuss and plan long-term growth and development goals for the exciting, dynamic and forward-looking sector of the financial industry.
On the third day of ADFW, under the Crypto AD theme, ADGM announced the launch of the revolutionary Abu Dhabi Crypto Hub. It is a platform that enhances economic diversification and addresses the current and future needs of the market through innovative technology. pic.twitter.com/c4T0sEavCL
— ADGM Academy (@ADGMAcademy) November 16, 2022
Another landmark launch at the event was the ‘The Future of Finance’ youth circle. It included various elements and activities that enabled financial-related communication between leadership and young people. These communications facilitate the transfer of knowledge, Hamad Saya Al-Mazrowey, his COO of ADGM and Managing Director of his ADGM Academy, Group Chief Financial Officer of Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank (ADIB) It inspired me to start my career in the financial sector led by Mohammed Abdelbari. and his James Buchanan, partner and co-founder of SAF Partners.
The agenda of the day will focus on the underlying blockchain and cryptographic technologies that drive innovation, accessing these financial assets through applications, decentralized finance, trading, cryptocurrencies, blockchain technology, Web3 , tokenization, and NFTs, wallets and smart contracts.
Feroz Sanaulla, partner and global co-head of the crypto economy at Roland Berger, said: Abu Dhabi’s leadership through the ADGM FSRA has created a regulated environment of innovation and forward-thinking, and we are now seeing many large corporations focus on developing their own crypto-economy strategies in the region. ”