So where did it all start?


NFTs got their humble start with Counterparty, a peer-to-peer financial platform, which was founded and built on top of the Bitcoin blockchain and attracted various projects including trading card games and meme trading, which would come in to play later with various projects paving the way for modern NFTs.

We’ve just released our first NFT! To celebrate, I wanted to write a quick article about our upcoming plans.

So far we’ve gotten a lot of work done on our project and we’re super excited to keep growing our community and share our work with you guys.

Already, we have met a ton of nice people in the community who also share a common passion in creating amazing digital art and sharing it with all you lovely people and we hope to do the same!

To keep the ball rolling we’ve been thinking of releasing more platforms to communicate with you guys directly,(etc. Telegram, Discord) but right now we’re mainly focusing on our Twitter and Medium feeds.

NFT stands for Non-Fungible Token

Well what the heck does that mean?

Fungible means that something can be exchanged or substituted and it will hold the same value. Its interchangeable.

So for example, Physical items such as The Dollar, Gold or Casino chips are all fungible items.

As are Digital items, such as Bitcoin and Ethereum.

Postage stamps are the most popular collectibles in the world thanks to their long history and huge variety therefore we’ve decided to bring our favorite collectible to a digital form!

Due to our passion for real postage stamps, we’ve decided to make our own unique crypto-themed stamp NFTs. Just like the real paper ones, we will have annual stamps, special edition stamps, and some stamps reflecting on crypto history and others parodying real life stamps.

NFT Stamps

At NFT Stamps we have a deep passion for Postage Stamps and the history behind them.

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