Digital tokens could transform the economies of the Middle East and North Africa - if the governance keeps up

Digital tokens can represent shares of art, real estate or land on a blockchain network. Image: REUTERS/Tyrone Siu

Abdulla Bin Touq

Minister of Economy, Ministry of Economy of the United Arab Emirates

Mirek Dušek

Managing Director, World Economic Forum


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