November 7, 2023 – Ciphers.me, a collecting platform and collaboration between Royal Joh. Enschedé, an Authentix company and world-renowned security printer, and ProxID, a Web3 business solutions company, announced the launch of its first ever secure, international crypto stamp issued for Deutsche Post AG, the postal organization of Germany. Royal Joh. Enschedé prints the stamps and provides the functionality of the Ciphers.me platform as a full-service solution. On this new collecting platform, consumers can combine their passion for stamps or other collectibles with cutting-edge technology.
Crypto stamps are the combination of physical postage stamps and their digital image, combined with a Non-Fungible Token (NFT). Every NFT of a crypto stamp is unique and can be securely owned, collected, and traded worldwide on the secure and user oriented Ciphers.me platform.
“We are proud to have Deutsche Post AG as our first customer of the Ciphers.me platform.” said Gelmer Leibbrandt, Managing Director of Royal Joh. Enschedé. “They have recognized the opportunity of crypto stamps enabling the creation of digital collectibles and the engagement opportunities for postal organisations. The choice of Deutsche Post AG for this platform is a testament to the quality and trustworthiness of our solutions.”
“Crypto stamps build a new bridge between the traditional world of philately and the digital collector’s world, making them a relevant addition to our portfolio.” says Bernd Meyer, Vice President Franking at Deutsche Post AG. “We’ve added an AI-generated motive of the Berlin’s iconic Brandenburger Tor in our first stamp, offering a fresh perspective on a historical landmark, seamlessly blending the old with the new.”
“As the world of NFTs is reaching adulthood, we wanted to participate in a new and fresh way and connect people worldwide” says Marinus Kreuze, one of the founders of Ciphers.me. “Our platform is designed to make the process of collecting, sharing, minting, and trading NFTs accessible and secure for everyone, from individual collectors to large organisations.”
For more information on the ciphers.me platform, visit: https://ciphers.me/en
For more information on the Deutsche Post crypto stamps, visit: https://www.deutschepost.de/de/k/kryptomarke.html