3. Avoid gharrar (uncertainty)

Another problem Muslim investors should be wary of is the presence of gharrar in some contracts. Garar is defined as risk, uncertainty, and danger. Abu Hurarir reported that the Prophet (peace be upon him) forbade the sale of gharrar. Because of this, scholars consider it unacceptable to invest in conventional derivatives such as options and futures because of the amount of gharrar associated with them. Dahab offers its investors extremely stable rewards for participating in the project. Each investor can count on a certain reward for his contribution to the development of the project in relation to the 6 / 9 / 12 months of participation. There is also another type of reward for the investors in terms of liquidity ratio: balancing the DHB asset with another digital asset in order to create a productive liquidity, which ensures the stability of the DHB asset.