Tokenisation in free Ethereum stamps
A post office in Austria has issued some rare stamps with free Ethereum worth approximately 0.001666666 on them.
According to the team:
“Austrian Post is offering for the first time stamps which is also stored as a digital image in the Ethereum Blockchain. This guarantees complete traceability for all former owners of the stamp or their digital image.”
More than 150,000 of such stamps have been offered in total so far with each of them owning their values in digital form and in various colours and the whole collection could be purchased for $10,000 on eBay.
According to the post office, all crypto stamps have been sold out. These stamps can be used to send post mails and they have inbuilt wallets in them.
These tokens are unique as each of them have their own ID and each being very different and identifiable as unique. More than 150,000 transactions have been done so far.
After receiving one of these stamps, the recipient needs to scan the QR code to get the private keys with free Ethereum tokens on them.
The Austrian post office is the first to have introduced this kind of monetary activity and it is a great collectable which can be used or stored by the owner, similar to a crypto paper wallet.
Austria is pushing to become one of the biggest supporters of the Ethereum Blockchain with a strong focus on crypto and the Blockchain, bringing the world a perfect first edition of cryptocurrency stamps.
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