This October, NFT BAZL will bring an exclusive group of established artists to our next drop event in Dubai. During this event, artists and collectors will continue to push boundaries within this new creative space emerging on the blockchain.

The second show will take place during Gulf Blockchain Week 2021 at the JW Marriott Marquis in Dubai.

Here, artists and creatives will be united with investors and crypto enthusiasts from around the world to demonstrate how tradition and NFT technology can merge to great effect.

As NFTs continue to revolutionize the art market, NFT BAZL seeks to disrupt our current understanding of NFTs and the potential that they hold. More than just an art show, this one-of-a-kind event is the first of its kind and marks an important moment in art history.

Gulf Blockchain Week 2021

Gulf Blockchain Week 2021 is a week-long event connecting the global blockchain community for a premier conference to discuss the latest industry developments and cement Dubai’s reputation as a global technology leader.

Being one of the strongest finance and tech hubs in the world, Dubai aims to be the “first city fully powered by blockchain” in order to drive the future economy. The city is home to a vibrant and strong ecosystem that has piloted a number of groundbreaking blockchain projects, exploring innovative use cases across a range of sectors, from municipal services and education to transportation and security to tourism and real estate.

Hundreds of world-known experts, investors, academics, and business leaders will convene for Gulf Blockchain Week 2021 and define the blockchain agenda for the whole region, and assess the influential role that blockchain will play in the development and modernisation of the Gulf’s government, commercial, and financial sectors in the future.



Hijack is one of the most talked-about, up and coming artists in today’s contemporary art scene. His works are a revelation in street art: imaginative, brilliantly put together, and seen in cultural hotspots worldwide. Born and raised in Los-Angeles, Hijack's work exists at the intersection of fine art and street art, creating visual commentaries inspired by political and social issues