Memory Stamp launches kickstarter campaign to reinvent the way digital content is shared


Memory Stamp, an NFC (Near Field Communications) product, goes live on Kickstarter in a bid to change the way knowledge, stories and experiences are shared

Memory Stamp has launched a fundraising campaign on Kickstarter in a bid to raise funds for its innovative concept that aims to transform the way people keep and share knowledge, stories, and experience by effectively empowering them to connect the “real world” to personalized digital experiences.

Memory Stamp launches a kickstarter campaign

A Memory Stamp is a one-of-a-kind sticker that you can affix to a gift, item or product that will launch / play videos, photos, albums or any digital content you want for your recipient on their smart phone. Share your personalized messages through videos, photos or website links and give a better gift.

A Memory Stamp allows users to be the author and the creative spark to design the content of the stamp, which could contain anything from music to graphics and video. The ease of using Memory Stamp that allows for its application to invitations, wedding album, holiday gifts, memorial tributes, trade show invites, promotional offers, and even wall surfaces reiterates the versatility and ingenuity of the concept.

Memory Stamps are indoor friendly and plans are underway to create an outdoor version. Memory Stamps are 30mm (1 1/8th) round and roughly the thickness of 2-3 pieces of paper with a peel-n-stick adhesive backing. 

Memory Stamp uses the NFC technology, which allows users of current Smartphones running on the Android and iOS operating system to enjoy the amazing concept.

The goal of the fundraising campaign is to raise a minimum of $5,000 to bring the dream of reinventing how knowledge, stories and experiences are shared.

More information about Memory Stamp and how to contribute to bringing this idea to live can be found on Kickstarter.

About Memory Stamp

Memory Stamp aims to increase engagement, curiosity, and cure boredom forever by helping people share, relive, and enjoy their most important memories cast directly to their device. The concept brings technology, creativity and fun to events by allowing users to connect the “real world” to personalized digital experiences. 


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Memory Stamp

Nick Irmo

833 636 2447 ext 851

Myrtle Beach, SC

United States