Charles Brewer, Pos Malaysia's CEO, states, "Together with APOM, we are pleased to offer local designers the opportunity to showcase their talents not only in Malaysia but globally as NFTs can be shared or traded internationally."
Pos Malaysia Berhad, the postal service firm with the broadest reach in Malaysia, launches EMPATBELAS Setem Ku NFT stamps in collaboration with local clothing brand, APOM.
The announcement came a month after Posta Romana released its 160 NFT stamp collection.
The "EMPATBELAS Setem Ku" or the "Fourteen Ku Stamps" feature 14 designers from 14 Malaysian states, and holders of the set can redeem an NFT stamp for free. The release of the NFT stamps is meant to coincide with Malaysia Day. The launch of the EMPATBELAS Setem Ku collection makes Pos Malaysia the second postal service company in Southeast Asia to issue its NFT stamps, following Thailand.
Charles Brewer adds,
"Breaking into the NFT market is a major achievement for Pos Malaysia as we complement the traditional postal offering with a range of digital services and products."
Pos Malaysia claims the stamps can be purchased from its website or any General Post office in Malaysia starting September 8.
Lastly, buyers of the stamp set must connect their MetaMask wallet and fill out the redemption form by October 31 to receive their free NFT.