droppGroup (“dropp”), with offices in USA, Saudi Arabia and Canada, a pioneer in integrating AI and blockchain technologies, have partnered with Blockchain Solana Superteam, a key player in the Solana blockchain ecosystem, which also has operations in the UAE. The partnerships aims to accelerate the adoption of Web3 technologies in Saudi Arabia. This collaboration leverages dropp’s expertise in Web3 and AI solutions alongside Solana’s advanced blockchain platform.

Both entities will work to expand blockchain use in KSA private and public sectors, given that droppGroup has clients in KSA within Saudi government, Saudi Aramco and others. More importantly both will co host Web3 educational events.

Faisal Al Monai, Chairman & Co-Founder of droppGroup, expressed his excitement about the partnership, stating, “This collaboration is a pivotal step in unlocking the immense potential of blockchain technology to revolutionize industries and drive substantial economic growth in Saudi Arabia. By combining our cutting-edge Web3 expertise with Solana’s high-performance blockchain infrastructure, we are poised to deliver innovative solutions and educational initiatives that will play a crucial role in realizing the Saudi Vision 2030.”

He adds that their commitment to supporting the Kingdom’s ambitious goals will shape the future of the digital economy and empower the next generation with the tools and knowledge needed for technological advancement.”

Alex Scott, Superteam MENA Lead, provided insights on the collaboration, stating, “I’m thrilled to partner with a forward-thinking organization like droppGroup. This partnership will accelerate the adoption of blockchain technology in Saudi Arabia and make a meaningful contribution to Saudi Vision 2030. Together, we are committed to creating a vibrant digital economy and fostering a community that is well-equipped to harness the power of Web3.”

This is not the first partnership in Saudi Arabia for the growth of Blockchain. Most recently Fanera, a blockchain enabled fan network relocated to Saudi Arabia, while previously The Hashgraph Association announced a partnership with the Ministry of Investment in KSA for a deeptech studio.