Bedu, the Dubai-based Metaverse and Web3 tech company, has gone in for an expansion of its services and team, as it aligns itself closely with Dubai’s recently announced strategy for the Metaverse.
The company has plans to expand its services to support public and private sector entities in their Web3 transformation journeys. These services will include consulting and advisory for Web3 and Metaverse projects, as well as smart contract audit and development, custom metaverse development, and Web3 turnkey solutions.
“Today, Bedu looks to that future, as our strategy already aligns with that of the government,” said Amin Al Zarouni, CEO of Bedu. “We have made waves already with our work in NFTs, blockchain and the Metaverse.
“Our UAENFT Keypass, a unique membership scheme for the non-fungible token community, was launched earlier this year, and we have conducted a series of well-received curated art drops. As we expand our services, it is now our intention to enable a free economy within our Metaverse and create several job opportunities that will contribute to national growth.”
The Dubai Metaverse Strategy is designed to support the generation of some 40,000 virtual jobs by 2030 while adding $4 billion to Dubai’s GDP over the next five years. The programme is also aimed at consolidating the emirate’s reputation as a Web3 leader and Metaverse hub, being home to more than 1,000 metaverse and blockchain companies already operating here.