Marshall Island Posts has issued a special limited edition stamps sheet with 6 stamps featuring the beaches of Marshall Island along with 6 QR codes which will automatically link to a crypto Wallet for first time user who can collect the new crypto currency coins when scanned with the smartphone or tablet.
The QR code allows the user to redeem 100 Mi10 Cryptocurrency tokens/coins for each block of these stamps, one time only per unique serial number.
In June 2023, NZ Post released its digital stamps at the weekend – which sold out within two hours. Each stamp is a piece of curated digital art, issued in a non-fungible token (NFT) format. The first digital stamps released were NZ Post’s historic 1898 pictorial collection.
The first collection consists of 14 different designs, each celebrating different iconic New Zealand landscapes or native wildlife. Seven stamps were dropped yesterday – with the remaining seven being in the next month or so.
These stamps are important to Aotearoa New Zealand as they were one of the world’s earliest pictorial definitive issues, and a huge departure from the usual portrait designs of monarchs and heads of state that were available beforehand.