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The 16 new digital artworks depict the “Huroof e Muqatta’ah” – The Disconnected Letters of the Holy Quran. According to Jaffrey, the series was “inspired by the enigma of these letter combinations as a hidden code that continues to elude us”.

The Code Collection will be released in four installments, with four new NFTs released in each installment. The first installment (aka “drop”) recently went live, and all four NFTs are now on sale.

As an added benefit, verified owners of each NFT will receive an option to purchase a metal print of their NFT. Instructions for taking advantage of this benefit can be found in the locked content of each NFT, which only the owner can see.

The Giving is Beautiful initiative was launched in December as the first charity collection of NFT digital Islamic art to benefit international humanitarian aid. Art lovers and collectors can view and purchase the art on the popular NFT OpenSea marketplace at or

Baitulmaal is an international non-profit humanitarian organization that provides lifesaving, life-saving and life-enriching aid to people in need around the world. With its headquarters at Dallas, TXthe charity has offices and representatives in: Los Angeles, California; Chicago, Ill.; Detroit, Michigan; Nairobi, Kenya; Mogadishu, Somalia; Amman and Al Ramtha, Jordan; and Karachi, Pakistan.

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SOURCEBaitulmaal, Inc.

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