Germany Post Office To Roll Out NFT Stamps
Brandenburger Tor is the first step in bridging German history with 21st-century innovations.
Germany's top institution, The Deutsche Post, has announced it will start issuing its first-in-a-kind crypto stamps from November 2. This move is expected to join Germany's history with trending technologies. The stamps will be made like historical structures such as the Brandenburger Tor and the rest, which will be beautiful using artificial intelligence.
Deutsche Post said,
"In just a few days, on November 2, Deutsche Post will launch its first series of "crypto stamps" featuring the most fascinating historic buildings in Germany. Depicted on the stamp is the Brandenburger Tor – created using artificial intelligence. Make sure you get your first unique crypto stamp!"
Brandenburger Tor Is The First In The Series
Brandenburger Tor stands out due to its impact and position in history. The breathtaking monument stands tall at the heart of the capital, Berlin, and with technology, will be replicated on blockchain technology.
Artificial Intelligence is critical in creating these artifacts to ensure they're accurate and authentic.
What Are NFT Stamps
NFT stamps are digital copies of physical stamps with blockchain-labeled certificates of originality to ensure the real tokens are distinct.
"Pre-ordering of the booklet, which includes a real, physical stamp as well as the access data to a digital image of the stamp as a Non-Fungible Token (NFT), starts now. There is a limited run of 250,000 units. Beginning November 2, a Gold-Edition will be released in a very limited edition* with the numbers till 100. "The platform said.
As blockchain technology continues to revolutionize various sectors of the economy, even office stamps are not left behind. This technology can simply be the method of exchange and collection of online exhibitions through virtual reality.
"The NFT for the crypto stamp "Brandenburg Gate" is created on Polygon. This is a public blockchain frequently used for NFT, which works with the so-called "proof of stake" procedure and therefore transactions can be executed with a low energy overhead."
Other Institutions In Blockchain Technology
Several other institutions are investing in blockchain technology apart from the Deutsche Post. A few weeks ago, a renowned leading financial institution, Deutsche Bank, ventured into blockchain after building a crypto storage solution for institutional clients.