‫تم تحطيم الأرقام القياسية: UXLINK تجتذب 978،000 تسجيلاً جديدًا لمحفظة Web3 مع إيداع أصول بقيمة 78،000،000 دولار أمريكي منذ 01 فبراير/شباط وحتى 22 فبراير/شباط 2024

“سنغافورة” – Media OutReach Newswire – 26 فبراير/شباط 2024 – أطلقت UXLINK، منصة البنية التحتية الاجتماعية الرائدة من نوع Web3 المشهورة بميزاتها المبتكرة في مجال “Real World Social (العالم الحقيقي الاجتماعي)” و”Group (المجموعات)”، ميزة محافظ Web3 متعددة فاقت كل التوقعات، وذلك على مدار حملة إطلاق رائدة بدأت في الأول من فبراير/شباط.

أدت هذه الميزة خلال هذا الإطار الزمني المحدود إلى إنشاء وربط أكثر من 978،000 عنوان محفظة Web3 جديد بـ UXLINK. وتجاوز متوسط قيمة الأصول الموجودة في هذه المحافظ المتصلة 70 دولارًا أمريكيًا من الرموز المكافئة، بإجمالي استثنائي بلغ 78 مليون دولار أمريكي. وقد توسعت هذه الزيادة في تفاعل المستخدمين عالميًا، حيث امتدت عبر أكثر من 100 دولة ومنطقة، بما في ذلك “فيتنام” و”إندونيسيا” و”نيجيريا” و”أوروبا” و”الشرق الأوسط”. ومن الجدير بالذكر أن الذروة في نسبة التسجيل الجديد/UV قد وصلت إلى 42%، مما يؤكد الثقة والكفاءة التي نشأت من خلال شبكات التعارف الاجتماعي والتفاعلات الجماعية.

يمثل بروتوكول UXLINK بروتوكولًا اجتماعيًا لامركزيًا في العالم الحقيقي، يعمل على تمكين التطبيقات اللامركزية (DApps) من تسخير نطاق واسع من الموارد الاجتماعية المتصلة بالسلسلة وغير المتصلة. وتشمل هذه الموارد معلومات الحسابات الاجتماعية للمستخدمين والرسوم البيانية للعلاقات الاجتماعية والعلامات الاجتماعية وتوصيات العلاقات الاجتماعية وتسريع تطوير التطبيقات اللامركزية وتسهيل الوظائف عبر السلاسل ومواءمة البيانات الاجتماعية عبر سياقات متعددة لرفع مستوى تجربة المستخدم وتحقيق أهداف العمل التجاري.

علاوةً على ذلك، فقد كشفت UXLINK عن المرحلة الثالثة من مبادرة Odyssey Airdrop المرتقبة، حيث قدمت مجموعةً من الميزات المثيرة للاهتمام، بما في ذلك تسجيل المحافظ وربطها وتسجيل الوصول إليها. ويتم تحفيز المشاركين لكسب مكافآت رموز إضافية من خلال دعوة الأصدقاء للانضمام إلى المنصة. وقد حصلت مبادرة Odyssey حتى الآن على مشاركة أكثر من 40،000 شخص، مع وضع خطط لإطلاق رمز حوكمة خاص بـ $UXLINK في مارس/آذار 2024.

بفضل وجود قاعدة مستخدمين تتجاوز 3 ملايين مستخدم معتمد يشاركون بنشاط في أكثر من 74،000 مجموعة ويصلون بشكل جماعي إلى 6 ملايين مستخدم، تلتزم UXLINK بإحداث ثورة في عالم Web3، بصفتها مزودًا للبنية التحتية القائمة على حركة المرور وبروتوكول الجيل التالي. وتهدف UXLINK، من خلال فتح البروتوكولات والتعاون مع المطورين وشركاء النظام البيئي، إلى تقديم خدمات بنية تحتية من نوع Web3 مخصصة ومصممة لسيناريوهات اجتماعية متنوعة تتكامل بسلاسة مع المنصات الشائعة مثل “واتساب” و”فيسبوك” وجهات اتصال البريد الإلكتروني وجهات اتصال دفتر عناوين الهاتف وجهات اتصال Google.

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Yemen’s Health says US-UK aggression kills one person, injures eight others on raids on Capital, provinces


At least one person has been killed and eight others injured in the US-UK aggression on the capital Sana’a and other Yemen’s provinces.

In returns, the Ministry of Public Health of and Population of Yemen has condemned the American-British aggression’s targeting of citizens and civilian objects in the capital Sana’a, and a number of Yemeni governorates .

The ministry explained in a statement that these raids led to the death of a citizen and the injury of eight.

It pointed out that the raids of the American-British aggression on Maqbana district in Taiz province led to the martyrdom of a citizen and the injury of six others.

The ministry confirmed that two citizens were injured in the aggression’s raids on al-Nahda neighborhood in al-Thawra district in the capital Sana’a.

The ministry statement stated that America and Britain’s targeting of civilians in Yemen is an extension of their crimes in the Gaza Strip and the occupied Palestinian territories.

Source: Yemen News Agency

NCM issues report on weather condition for period from 28th February to 1st March

ABU DHABI: The National Centre of Meteorology (NCM) issued the weather report for the period from Wednesday, 28th February 2024, to Friday, 1st March 2024.

The report said that the country will be affected by a surface low-pressure system from the Southwest, and an extension of an upper-air low-pressure system, accompanied by a western Jetstream with different amounts of clouds flowing from the West at intervals.

The weather on Wednesday and Thursday will be partly cloudy to cloudy at times over scattered areas of the country, with a chance of light to moderate rainfall in general and heavy at times over some areas especially northern, eastern, and southern areas. Then the Western areas of the country will be affected by fresh to strong at times North-westerly winds. From Thursday noon time, temperatures will decrease, and the amount of clouds will gradually decrease by Thursday night.

As for the weather on Friday, clouds will appear over some Eastern areas and may be convective with a chance of rainfall d
uring the daytime.

Wind will be light South-easterly gradually becoming North-westerly on Thursday noon time moderate to fresh and strong especially over the sea and with clouds, causing blowing dust and sand.

The Sea will be moderate becoming rough to very rough at times on Thursday in the Arabian Gulf and slight to moderate and rough by Thursday night in Oman Sea.

Source: Emirates News Agency

Gaza Health Ministry reports 90 deaths in 24 hours

Amman: The Ministry of Health in the Gaza Strip said Monday Israeli occupation forces carried out 10 massacres against families and civilians in the Gaza Strip in the last 24 hours, which left 90 people dead and injured 164 others.

The latest victims raised to 29,782 the death toll since Israel launched the war on October 7, and the number of injured climbed to 70,043, the ministry said in its daily update

It highlighted challenges facing rescue teams as Israeli troops continued to bar paramedics from reaching victims trapped under rubble or bodies on the streets.

Source: Jordan News Agency

Hamdan bin Mohammed reviews progress of Al Fahidi Fort Rehabilitation Project

DUBAI: In alignment with the vision of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President, Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, to safeguard the nation’s cultural legacy, H.H. Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai and Chairman of Dubai Executive Council, reviewed the progress of the ongoing Al Fahidi Fort Rehabilitation Project.

In a meeting attended by H.H. Sheikha Latifa bint Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Chairperson of Dubai Culture and Arts Authority (Dubai Culture) and Member of the Dubai Council, Sheikh Hamdan approved the vision and final design of the Al Fahidi Fort Rehabilitation Project.

The update, dedicated to safeguarding the iconic monument’s rich heritage and history, focused on Dubai Culture’s initiative to develop the content, architecture, exhibition design, and branding for the project initiated by Sheikh Hamdan in 2021.

Sheikh Hamdan said, ‘The rehabilitation project highlights our commitment to safeguarding Dubai’s heritage and showcase
s our efforts to blend the richness of our history with the dynamism of our future. Guided by the vision of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President, Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, and through thoughtful design and visionary planning, we aspire to create an immersive experience that honours our historical legacy and invites the world to discover the timeless stories of our land. The preservation and protection of these invaluable assets is an integral part of the Dubai 2040 Urban Master Plan, which lays out the blueprint for Dubai’s sustainable urban development in line with His Highness Sheikh Mohammed’s vision to transform Dubai into the world’s best city to live in.’

Sheikh Hamdan received extensive updates on the components of the Al Fahidi Fort Rehabilitation Project including improvements to accessibility and traffic management around the Al Fahidi Fort, infrastructural upgrades aimed at respecting the area’s historical significance, enhancements to public spaces near the
Fort and associated amenities, all aimed at elevating the visitor experience within the area that is a key part of Dubai’s history and cultural heritage.

Sheikha Latifa bint Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum said, ‘The endorsement by Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum of the vision and final design for the Al Fahidi Fort’s restoration marks a pivotal moment in Dubai’s cultural and museum evolution. Following the vision of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum and propelled by the collective work of Dubai Culture, this initiative underscores our resolve to preserve Dubai’s rich history and cultural heritage. With the upcoming hosting of ICOM 2025, Dubai’s investment in its museum sector is evident. This initiative goes beyond mere conservation to embody a lively process of contemplation and rejuvenation, contributing to the development of the Dubai Historical District and reinforcing our broad ambitions for the cultural and creative industries.’

The briefing on the project’s progress
was also attended by Omar bin Sultan Al Olama, Minister of State for Artificial Intelligence, Digital Economy, and Remote Work Applications, and Deputy Managing Director of the Dubai Future Foundation; Mattar Al Tayer, Director-General, Chairman of the Board of Executive Directors of the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) and Commissioner General for Infrastructure, Urban Planning and Well-Being; Staff Major General Mohammed Khalfan Al Muhairi, Director of the Office of The Minister of Defence, and Hala Badri, Director-General of Dubai Culture.

Dating back to the late 1700s, Al Fahidi Fort connects visitors to Dubai’s past. Serving as a defensive structure and guardian over Old Dubai, the Fort offers insights into the fascinating history of defensive architecture in the UAE. The new Fort will take visitors on a journey through time, telling the story of how the area developed into a trading hub along the banks of Dubai Creek, benefiting from the security and safety the Fort provided. The transformation of t
he area into a vital focal point for trade and commerce led to its emergence as the heart of Old Dubai. The rehabilitation project will also highlight the Fort’s role as an important cultural site that was a centre of governance, home to the Al Maktoum ruling family, and the nucleus of the city’s early development.

Once completed, the new museum will open its doors to the public, offering a captivating voyage through its architectural vision, historical significance and cultural narrative.

Source: Emirates News Agency