The popular Italian manufacturer of luxury sports cars, Lamborghini has continued the use of the blockchain in its corporate operations. In the latest technology developments, this famous brand is utilizing blockchain to digitize its collectible stamps.
The famous Italian manufacturer is set to launch its first collectible digital stamps called the Automobili Lamborghini Collection powered by blockchain technology. And, this new collection consists of collectible digital stamps presented to the history of the world’s most iconic luxury brand cars. This first stamp would be from the Automobili Lamborghini Collection is given to the Huracan EVO RWD Spyder, a new model launched in May 2020, was announced by the firm on May 14, 2020. The announcement just came after Lamborghini began its production on May 4, following a temporary suspension of company activities during the mid of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Lamborghini partners with local DLT-powered collectible startup
To deliver its new collectible digital stamps, Lamborghini came in partnership with a local blockchain collectible startup called Bitstamps. The first Huracan EVO RWD Spyder stamp is available there for downloading on the Bitstamps.app on iOS. The stamp will be provided in a limited edition of 20,000 pieces.
With blockchain technology, this popular car brand wants to ensure the history and uniqueness of each stamp, representing a single digital object, Lamborghini said. Soon it will be available for reselling after the purchase of Bitstamps-powered digital Lamborghini stamp, the firm mentioned that the stamp could be purchased, collected, or resold just like a paper stamp. The process of collection is exactly the same: allowing you to admire it, check out its progress, and give stamps as a gift or resell them. Call on Blockchain helpline number which is always active and the team is ready to assist at every step.
As mentioned on Bitstamps.app, the Huracan EVO RWD Spyder stamp price is worth for 9.90 euro as of press time. Though it’s unclear what types of payment methods would be available to buy the stamp on the platform. Cointelegraph asked Lamborghini and Bitstamps to learn more details about this. The complete story would be updated once the response comes.
Blockchain is increasingly used to authenticate collectibles
The blockchain technology execution is based on digitizing artworks, sport-related collectibles, and collectible digital stamps. Also, in June 2019, the Austrian post published a line of blockchain-certified collectible stamps. At present, the digital stamps published by the Austrian Post has become the first stamps in the world to be authenticated via blockchain technology.
Though Lamborghini’s blockchain-enabled digital stamp is not the first development of the company including blockchain technology. In 2019, Lamborghini organized Salesforce Blockchain to authenticate heritage Lamborghini cars.
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