Ghana’s Digital Stamps Pay Tribute to the King’s Silver Jubilee.

Ghana Post unveiled a collection of cryptocurrency stamps to commemorate its king’s 25-year journey toward embracing modern technology while upholding traditional values.

Ghana’s national postal office is making sure that the blockchain will serve as a permanent, unchangeable record of its king’s 25th anniversary of coronation.

Ghana Post honored His Majesty Otumfuo Osei Tutu II with the issuance of a special stamp collection called “Crypto Stamp.” The king’s 25-year contribution to Ghana’s progress and cultural purity is honored with the crypto stamp set.

The tangible crypto stamps are connected to distinct nonfungible tokens (NFT) that can be verified via the blockchain, signifying this fusion of old-world values and cutting-edge technology.

The listing states that there is a 7,200 piece restriction on the cryptocurrency stamps, and each stamp costs 250 Ghanaian cedi ($18).

The website did not disclose any information about shipping costs to other countries when I tried to make a purchase.

In order to claim exclusivity, consumers must manually link their physical item to its digital twin via the blockchain after making a purchase. To facilitate this matching, the actual stamps have an integrated near-field communication (NFC) chip.

“Collectors can instantly confirm the stamp’s authenticity with just a simple smartphone scan. Each scan generates a one-time authentication message that is unique, protecting against attempts to tamper with or counterfeit the stamp.”
The Ghana Post’s Crypto Stamp Collection is the priciest of its kind; other stamp sets are available for less than half as much. Currently, the store sells a unique, special gold frame stamp for about 100,000 cedi, or $7,200.

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