For the first time in Germany: interactive stamp with QR code 

Interactive stamp with QR code "... of Leipzig in the world" 
Innovative. Featured media. But unfortunately not yet imagined until now for the German Post. So not only is it the first time, but also unique. For the time being, anyway. 

Probably the world's first interactive stamp with a QR Code motif comes from Spain. Edited she is already in the year 2010 with a sensational style. More countries will follow the groundbreaking technology: 

2011 appears in an interactive Liechtenstein stamp with QR code with the slogan "150 Years of Future". The occasion is the 150th anniversary of the Liechtenstein National Bank here. In the same year, Croatia first published in an interactive stamp with QR code. The Taiwanese postal surprised 14 February 2012, two particularly successful stamp designs for Valentine's Day. Again, so-called design QR codes can be used. 3 May 2012 brings the Icelandic postal stamp as Europe 2012, a QR code stamp out in a QR code is imaginatively combined with a landscape motif. 

We have set ourselves the goal is now to establish itself in Germany stamps with the modern QR code. In February 2012, we are first approached the German Post to hang up a brand with an interactive QR code. This QR code is scannable with the aid of appropriate software via smartphone and directs the viewer directly to a web page. We received from Deutsche Post permission to print a first edition of this small brands. It was agreed that for a test of Deutsche Post 150 letters are prepared and stamped with the new QR code stamps. These letters have now been tested by the post office in a mail center. Although the certification test was successful, but no permission to run production has been issued so far. We very much hope that the new and modern printed image with its interactive capabilities on his march of triumph in our country can achieve the medium stamp soon. 

International date (September 18, 2012): the message has just been published on the re-launch of the first Russian postage stamp with QR code, for the 2014 Olympics in Sochi.