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‫مجموعة Marshal Lion بصدد الترميز الرقمي للمنتجات بسوق الإقراض الغير مصرفي

هونج كونج، 13 من أكتوبر 2019 /PRNewswire/ — من المقرر أن تتيح Marshal Lion Group الاستثمار في منتجات ضمن منصة مخصصة تعتمد على القروض الفعلية الغير مصرفية الممنوحة لعملائها من الشركات والأفراد. ومن شأن مشروع فريق Marshal Lion  تمكين كبار وصغار المستثمرين من الاستفادة الربحية القوية – وربما الاستثنائية- من العمل في هذا المجال.

ومن الجوانب المشرقة لهذا المشروع أنه جادّ في الاهتمام بالمنطقة العربية. شركة Marsha Lion هي الراعي الذهبي لمؤتمر قمة بلوكتشين العالمية في دبي التي تعقد على مدى يومي 23 و24 من أكتوبر 2019.

تتميز مجموعة  Marshal Lion بخبرة عملية واسعة النطاق وفهم شامل لسوق الإقراض البولندية الغير مصرفية.

وسوف تتيح منصة مخصصة استخدام العملات الرقمية المشفرة كأداة للاستثمار في المنتجات المعروضة:

  • قروض القطاع الخاص (تتميز بمعدلات سيولة أعلى ومعدلات عائد أعلى، ومن ثم تُمنح تلك القروض لمدة شهر واحد أو حتى 6 أشهر؛ بناءً على نموذج للتعاون بين الكيانات التجارية)
  • قروض القطاع العام (تتسم باختلاف معدلات العائد مع السداد بناءً على ضمانات، ومن ثم تُمنح تلك القروض لفترة تتراوح بين 3 إلى 6 أشهر؛ بناءً على نموذج للتعاون بين الكيانات التجارية)
  • القروض الهجينة (تتميز بمعدلات عائد أعلى من قروض القطاع العام وتضمن السيولة السائدة في أعمال القطاع الخاص مع أرباح أعلى مقابل مخاطر أقل؛ ومن ثم تُمنح تلك القروض لفترة تتراوح بين شهر واحد إلى ستة أشهر؛ بناءً على نموذج للتعاون بين الكيانات التجارية)

ومن المقرر أن تتاح الفرصة أمام المستثمرين للمشاركة عن طريق إنفاق عملاتهم الرقمية المشفرة على منتج محدد. وتُحدد للمنتجات المعتمدة على القروض عدة تواريخ للاستحاق وأسعار متعددة للفائدة. كما تتم تسوية أي ربح يتحقق عن طريق تخصيص 50% منه للمستثمرين و50% لمجموعةMarshal Lion.

تخصيص العملات الرقمية الرقمية 

سوف تصدر Marshal Lion  ما قوامه 120 مليون “MLGC”، وهي عملات مارشال الرقمية المشفرة مقابل 0,25 دولار أمريكي للعملة الواحدة بقيمة إجمالية تبلغ 30 مليون دولار أمريكي. وسوف يكون الحد الأدنى للغرض من الأتعاب 20 مليون عملة رقمية مشفرة والحد الأقصى 120 مليون عملة.

وسوف تُقسَّم العملات المُصدَرة على النحو التالي:

  • المبيعات 83,75%
  • الاستشاريين 5%
  • العملات المجانية (أيردروب) 1,25%
  • الفريق 10%.

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انضموا إلينا وشاركوا في أول مشروع لسوق قروض العملات الرقمية المشفرة في العالم.

إن استخدمتم ما لديكم من عملات MLGC الرقمية خلال فترة ما قبل البيع فسوف يخولكم ذلك الحصول على خصم قدره 30%، وهو ما يخفض سعر العملة إلى 0,18!

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Qatar defeat Indonesia in beach volleyball event

Doha, Hosts Qatar got off the mark with a 2-1 win over Indonesia in Beach Volleyball 4×4 tournament at the ANOC World Beach Games.

The first two sets were scrappy, but the visitors took their foot off the gas in the third and Qatar, featuring Olympian Cherif Younousse, pulled away to win 16-21, 21-14, 15-7.

Team Qatar were pooled in Group (A) alongside USA, Germany and Indonesia while Group (B) includes Poland, Chile, Australia and Mozambique.

On the other hand, Qatar’s Sultan Khalfan and Mubarka Al Naimi suffered a straight set defeat at the hands of Japan’s Naoaki Yamamoto and Erina Otsuka in beach tennis mixed doubles event.

Basketball event will begin at Katara on Sunday where Team Qatar will go up against Cote d’Ivoire in their first match of Group C by 5:30pm before facing Togo by 8:50pm same day.

Team Qatar’s 3X3 basketball men’s team are not only targeting a podium finish at the inaugural ANOC World Beach Games Qatar 2019 but a repeat of their 2014 exploits, where they took the world by storm to claim an historic win at the FIBA 3×3 World Championships in Moscow, Rashid Al Abdulla, the team manager, has said.

Source: Qatar Olympic Committee

Sheikh Joaan opens World Beach Games Qatar 2019

Doha, Under the patronage of HH the Amir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani, HE President of Qatar Olympic Committee (QOC) Sheikh Joaan bin Hamad Al-Thani opened Saturday at the Cultural Village (Katara) the first edition of the World Beach Games Qatar 2019.

The opening ceremony was attended by Acting President of the Association of National Olympic Committees (ANOC) Robin Mitchell and a lineup of Their Excellences of ministers, Heads of National Olympic Committees and guests of the Games.

The opening ceremony started with a presentation film about the Games then the entry of participants. Following that HE QOC Secretary-General, Jassim bin Rashid Al Buenain Vice-President and General-Director of the ANOC World Beach Games Qatar 2019 delivered the speech of the organizing committee, in which he greeted the guests and participants.

HE Al Buenain expressed pride at hosting the first edition of the games, pointing that such sports events contribute to the rapprochement between nations and promote understanding between them to serve peace and the peoples of the world.

He stressed that the State of Qatar attaches great importance to sports and athletes, as well as the development of sports infrastructure, thanks to the support and directives of wise leadership of the State. He pointed out that sport is one of the active factors in the pillars of Qatar National Vision 2030.

Concluding his speech, Al Buenain extended thanks the Association of National Olympic Committees for their trust and cooperation, and to all those who contributed to the organization of this sporting event. He also extended thanks and appreciation to the volunteers and wished the participating delegations success.

Acting President of ANOC Robin Mitchell delivered a speech where he expressed happiness at holding the first edition of the World Beach Games in the State of Qatar, noting the warm welcome accorded to the committees and delegations participating in tournament.

Qatari Handball Referee Ali Al Yazeedi took the oath for the referees, and triathlon athlete Abdullah Al Kaabi took the oath for the players. The opening ceremony also included an operetta entitled Darkum Qatar (Welcome Home in Qatar). (QNA)

Source: Qatar Olympic Committee

Qatar in handball quarters with unbeaten streak

DOHA, Qatar continued their impressive run in the ANOC World Beach Games handball as hosts entered quarter-finals yesterday at the Al Gharafa Sports Complex.

Asian champions Qatar had an easy outing yesterday as compared to the opening day, defeating Uruguay and Tunisia in straight sets to remain the only unbeaten team after the second day of the Group ‘B’ matches. Qatar started the day with 2-0 (19-18, 22-18) victory over Uruguay in the morning and later finished the day with 2-0 (18-12, 18-14) win over Tunisia.

Yes, I am very pleased with our performance. I was not expecting to win both the matches on the first day. Boys are combining very well and they are playing like a team. It is always tough to play two big matches in a day, but I am satisfied with the progress,” Qatar coach Khaled Hasan told Gulf Times after the match against Tunisia.

Hero of the Qatar’s shoot-out win on the first day, goalkeeper Rasheeed Yusuf, was again in good form as he saved nine shots out of 20 attempts on the goal. Qatar defender Morgan Ahmed and right winger Mustafa Alsaltialkrad were their main scorers.

For Tunisia, left winger Ahmed Safar’s shots were on target 80 percent of the time as he scored four times out of five attempts.

The handball schedule during the Games is very heavy as each team has to play two games in a day. On the first day, Qatar managed to beat strong European rivals Croatia and Hungary in shoot-outs. Croatia too qualified from Group B.

Qatar will play Spain, who lost to 2018 world champion bronze medallist Hungary in straight sets 2-2 (20-21, 16-19), in the last group match at 11.30am today.

Right now our focus is on tomorrow’s Spain match, our last group match. Spain is a good team, but they are coming with a loss in their last game and hopefully we will keep the winning momentum going before the quarter-finals,” he said.

As we are already in the quarter-finals we have to plan our strategy differently according our opponents,” he said.

In the other matches of the day, Denmark advanced to the next round after causing a major upset, handing Brazil a 2-0 loss in their men’s Group A match. The loss was the only one in the preliminary round for the world champions, which meant they had gone through too.

Sweden too reached the next round, despite a breezy Danish 2-0 win in a Scandinavian classic.

DENMARK UPSETS BRAZIL

Before falling to Denmark, Brazil had equalised the tournament’s scoring record, registering 27 points in the first set against Australia. The record was originally set by Denmark (vs the USA) on Day 1 of the competition.

The United States managed to grab one win against Oman � 2-0 (20-15, 16-12) � but they were defeated by Sweden 2-0 (23-18, 19-18).

As for Australia, after they were demolished by Brazil, they bounced back to defeat Oman 2-1 (18-19, 20-14, 7-6) in the shootout.

In the women’s bracket, Brazil faced no troubles and remained unbeaten in preliminary group A.

Argentina and Denmark also punched their tickets for the quarter-finals. Greece and Spain advanced from preliminary group B, after getting their fourth straight win in as many matches yesterday morning.

Reigning world champions Greece managed to survive the big scare Vietnam gave them 2-0 (24-22, 16-15) and continued with another hard-fought shootout victory against Poland.

Source: Qatar Olympic Committee

Qatar in handball quarters with unbeaten streak

DOHA, Qatar continued their impressive run in the ANOC World Beach Games handball as hosts entered quarter-finals yesterday at the Al Gharafa Sports Complex.

Asian champions Qatar had an easy outing yesterday as compared to the opening day, defeating Uruguay and Tunisia in straight sets to remain the only unbeaten team after the second day of the Group ‘B’ matches. Qatar started the day with 2-0 (19-18, 22-18) victory over Uruguay in the morning and later finished the day with 2-0 (18-12, 18-14) win over Tunisia.

Yes, I am very pleased with our performance. I was not expecting to win both the matches on the first day. Boys are combining very well and they are playing like a team. It is always tough to play two big matches in a day, but I am satisfied with the progress,” Qatar coach Khaled Hasan told Gulf Times after the match against Tunisia.

Hero of the Qatar’s shoot-out win on the first day, goalkeeper Rasheeed Yusuf, was again in good form as he saved nine shots out of 20 attempts on the goal. Qatar defender Morgan Ahmed and right winger Mustafa Alsaltialkrad were their main scorers.

For Tunisia, left winger Ahmed Safar’s shots were on target 80 percent of the time as he scored four times out of five attempts.

The handball schedule during the Games is very heavy as each team has to play two games in a day. On the first day, Qatar managed to beat strong European rivals Croatia and Hungary in shoot-outs. Croatia too qualified from Group B.

Qatar will play Spain, who lost to 2018 world champion bronze medallist Hungary in straight sets 2-2 (20-21, 16-19), in the last group match at 11.30am today.

Right now our focus is on tomorrow’s Spain match, our last group match. Spain is a good team, but they are coming with a loss in their last game and hopefully we will keep the winning momentum going before the quarter-finals,” he said.

As we are already in the quarter-finals we have to plan our strategy differently according our opponents,” he said.

In the other matches of the day, Denmark advanced to the next round after causing a major upset, handing Brazil a 2-0 loss in their men’s Group A match. The loss was the only one in the preliminary round for the world champions, which meant they had gone through too.

Sweden too reached the next round, despite a breezy Danish 2-0 win in a Scandinavian classic.

DENMARK UPSETS BRAZIL

Before falling to Denmark, Brazil had equalised the tournament’s scoring record, registering 27 points in the first set against Australia. The record was originally set by Denmark (vs the USA) on Day 1 of the competition.

The United States managed to grab one win against Oman � 2-0 (20-15, 16-12) � but they were defeated by Sweden 2-0 (23-18, 19-18).

As for Australia, after they were demolished by Brazil, they bounced back to defeat Oman 2-1 (18-19, 20-14, 7-6) in the shootout.

In the women’s bracket, Brazil faced no troubles and remained unbeaten in preliminary group A.

Argentina and Denmark also punched their tickets for the quarter-finals. Greece and Spain advanced from preliminary group B, after getting their fourth straight win in as many matches yesterday morning.

Reigning world champions Greece managed to survive the big scare Vietnam gave them 2-0 (24-22, 16-15) and continued with another hard-fought shootout victory against Poland.

Source: Qatar Olympic Committee

UAE leaders congratulate Equatorial Guinea on Independence Day.

President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan has sent a message of congratulations to the President of Equatorial Guinea, Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, on the occasion of his country’s Independence Day, which is observed on October 12th.

His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President, Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai; and His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, also dispatched similar messages to the President of Equatorial Guinea and the country’s PM Francisco Pascual Eyegue Obama Asue, on the occasion.

Source: UAE Ministry of Foreign Affairs

UAE leaders congratulate Spanish King on National Day.

President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan has sent a message of congratulations to King Felipe VI of Spain, on the occasion of his country’s National Day, which is observed on October 12th.

His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President, Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai; and His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, also sent similar messages to King Felipe VI and Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez, on the occasion.

Source: UAE Ministry of Foreign Affairs

MME launches unified e-inspection system for building licences

The Ministry of Municipality and Environment (MME)?s Information Systems Department and the Building Permits Complex, in cooperation with the technical affairs departments of municipalities, has launched a unified e-inspection system for building licences across all municipalities in the country.

The system was initially launched at a number of municipalities on July 14, and has been gradually extended to other municipalities to ensure that it covers all the requirements inspection-related work.

Accordingly, inspectors weretrained and familiarised with the system until they were able to exclusively use the new system by replacing manual procedures and paperwork.

The system provides a number of technical advantages that will help improve the quality, productivity and accuracy of the inspection, the statement notes. These include the use of only a tablet, connected to mobile Internet, by an inspector to conduct the necessary procedures without having to carry documents or doing any paperwork.

It also provides the inspector with easy and instant access to all related information, maps, photographs and reports. Besides, the final inspection report will be signed electronically and the system supports both Arabic and English. The MME is currently working on developing unified inspection systems that cover all its fields of jurisdiction.

Source: Ministry of Municipality and Environment