USPS Commemorative Digital Stamp Celebrates Women’s History Month at VeVe

VeVe, the NFT-licensed, 100% our-carbon premium digital collectibles company, announced that it is celebrating Women’s History Month with a collection of non-fungible tokens dropping this Friday, March 17.

VeVeis a platform for mobile devices with iOS and Android operating systems, but works as a marketplace for non fungible tokens (NFTs) with different licensed digital collectibles from other major brands.

This company has collaborated with major companies such as Coca-Cola, Marvel and Pixar, among others. Currently, they announced that they will launch a collection in the form of stamps, commemorating Women’s History Month.

The collection in question will be released on Friday, March 17 at 8:00 AM (Pacific Time). Here’s what this NFT collection is all about and why VeVe chose this format of digital collectibles to commemorate this important month.

Art on stamps

The collection is based on stamps or also known as stamps. The NFTs will be represented as can be seen in the main image of the note and honor different events, people or themes.

To give a little more context, the first stamps in the United States were issued by the U.S. Post Office Department in 1893 and to date, there are a total of three thousand commemorative stamps issued celebrating the national history of that country. They range from animals to plants, anniversaries to events and from people to places.

On the other hand, the Citizens’ Stamp Advisory Committee was established in 1957 and since then, its members use their collective experiences in history, technology, art, science, sports, education and many more areas of social interest to recommend stamp issues to the Postmaster General, who then considers the issue and sends approval or disapproval of the stamps.

‘Women support the war effort’

This is the name that VeVe’s NFT collection will carry in commemoration of Women’s History Month.

The ‘Women Support the War Effort’ stamps commemorate the women of the 1940s, for while millions of men joined the armed forces in World War II, millions of women took over their jobs and made up more than 1/3 of the workforce.

Also, many, many women volunteered to help in any area possible in the midst of the war.

On the official official VeVe YouTube you can watch a video called “USPS Stamp Art – Women Support War the Effort | VeVe Collectible Breakdown” which briefly explains why this platform chose stamp collectibles to commemorate Women’s Month. You can see it here.

What is the VeVe seal all about?

The ‘Women Support the War Effort’ stamp is about the important role played by American women during World War II. They are accompanied by the ‘We can do it!’ stamp, one of the phrases initially used in the 1940s to boost women’s morale when it came to performing the forced labor of the men who were fighting. This phrase gained popularity over the years and is now a cultural icon in the United States.

Important information for the minting of NFTs

These digital stamp collectibles will begin shipping next Friday, March 17, 2023 at 8:00 AM Pacific Time.

In addition, it will have a list price of just $6.00 dollars and there will be a total of 5,999 editions.

Also, it is worth mentioning that within VeVe the rarity of these digital assets will be ‘Rare’ and the type of edition is listed as ‘First Edition’, meaning that the possibility of more stamps commemorating other milestones in American history in the future is open.

On the other hand, as I mentioned earlier, the NFTs launched by VeVe are always officially licensed. In this case, the stamps are licensed by the USPS, an agreement between the United States Postal Service and VeVe, which allows the use of images, logos and other elements of the USPS brand on products or services.

Another alliance that VeVe has achieved to launch these stamps is with the Stamp Art brand, a company dedicated to creating commemorative postage stamp designs for the U.S. Postal Service.

Stamp Art’s designs are characterized mostly by their artistic quality and attention to detail in the representation of the subjects being commemorated as in this case.

In addition, the stamps will be available for purchase globally, meaning that anyone will be able to purchase an NFT from the “Women Support the War Effort” collection.

Finally, VeVe confirmed that the same company will retain a total of 90 issues for distribution of licenses, promotions, kits and drafts. Also, there will be a maximum purchase limit (total of 20 collectible stamps) in the store.

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Written by Rodrigo Catalan (TW: @RodrigoCatalanB) for NFT Express.