BLS Schifffahrt, a Swiss company that offers boat tours on the lake of Brienz and Thun, announced the launch of its Proof-Of-Visit NFT collection, specially designed for visitors to the famous jetty in Iseltwald on Lake Brienz, Switzerland. The innovative new collection allows guests to capture their memories in a unique way in the form of a Non-Fungible Token (NFT).
BLS Schifffahrt is setting a new standard in the tourism industry by integrating modern digital technologies into the traditional travel experience. The Proof-Of-Visit NFT collection particularly appeals to visitors with a strong affinity for digital technologies, especially in the Asian market. The jetty in Iseltwald gained notoriety throughout Southeast Asia due to the Korean Netflix series “Crash Landing on You.”
The collection includes 500 unique comic-style images of the jetty in Iseltwald with various accessories, clothing and other typical elements. Each NFT is a unique collectible issued randomly in three rarity levels: “rare”, “very rare” and “ultra rare”. The purchase price is CHF 30 and each NFT is issued as a postcard-sized card containing a scratch-off field with the corresponding wallet access code.
A collection on OpenSea: “The Magic of Iseltwald“
“We are thrilled to be leading the way in the tourism industry by integrating NFTs into the travel experience,” says BLS Schifffahrt. “Our Proof-Of-Visit NFT collection offers visitors a new way to capture their memories of Iseltwald on Lake Brienz.”
BLS Schifffahrt’s NFT collection is available exclusively on Lake Brienz ships. By introducing this innovative collection, Schifffahrt also hopes to encourage more guests and tour operators to travel by boat instead of by coach or bus.
Visit the BLS Schifffahrt website at https://www.bls-schiff.ch/en/nft for more information about the new Proof-Of-Visit NFT collection and the magic of Iseltwald on Lake Brienz.
What is an NFT?
An NFT (Non-fungible Token) is a type of digital certificate based on blockchain technology that can represent unique artworks and other assets from the digital and real worlds. Unlike cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin and comparable blockchain tokens, which are “fungible” (i.e. exchangeable 1:1 with each other), NFT’s are – as the name suggests – “non-fungible” as each token is unique. NFT’s allow owners to digitally sell or trade unique assets / collectibles as blockchain technology guarantees their uniqueness and authenticity.