The set of all ten versions of the Swiss Crypto Stamp 2.0.
Swiss Post has teamed up with the Locarno Film Festival to showcase the Swiss Crypto Stamp 2.0. Ten young and aspiring Swiss film-makers have interpreted and filmed Switzerland from their own perspective, so that the NFTs in the second-edition of Swiss Crypto Stamps now contain one of ten video clips. A premiere!
You can find more information on the film-makers and their interpretations right here.
For the Swiss Crypto Stamp 2.0, Swiss Post again combines the traditional postage stamp with a digital image – an NFT (non-fungible token). The NFT is stored on the Polygon blockchain. This means that the crypto stamps can be traded online, and end-to-end digital recording of the crypto stamps’ ownership and history is guaranteed. The miniature sheet contains all the information you need to view your digital image, to ensure that it is present on the blockchain and to transfer the NFT. One thing is clear: thanks to Swiss Crypto Stamps, collecting, exchanging and trading stamps has gone digital!
On a technical level, the stamps use the ERC-1155 standard, which is supported by most blockchain applications.
The Swiss Crypto Stamps are not part of Swiss Post’s official issue programme.
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