Voriginal year PostNL announced a series Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs) based on its own stamps. The stamps were such a success that PostNL is already planning a second series.
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NFT Stamp is Coming This Fall
That writes the postal company in a press release. Just like last year, we are working together again with Austrian post, and this time the collaboration has been expanded with POST Luxembourgh. For the latter, NFTs are a new experience. Once again this year, the stamps in the three countries will be issued simultaneously.
Austrian Post CEO Georg Pölzi says his company is very knowledgeable about crypto and blockchain, and is being asked worldwide to tell more about it. How Austrian Post already uses blockchain is not yet clear. Logistics will be very important for postal companies, it may already be using blockchain for this.
The first series was already announced in May of 2022, after which it became available in September. Also for this year, the series should be released sometime in the fall. When exactly that will be is not yet clear, more will be announced later.
Crypto Stamps Have Secret Design
Furthermore, the design of the new stamp is still a secret. In any case, that means the new version will be changed, which will help preserve the value. This year too, the edition will be limited, which means that they can become scarcer over time. Some stamps even increased enormously in value last year.
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Last year the stamp cost 9.05 euros. This year it has become slightly more expensive; 9.25 euros to be exact. The previous series was all about the symbol of the bull, which is inextricably linked to the stock market, and especially to the rising prices of assets in bull markets. As we are used to from NFTs, each one has a unique aspect.