10KTF's Last Genesis Recycling Period Closed Yesterday. Here's What You Need To Know
The train left the 10KTF station on Thursday after the project’s final recycling period closed forever.
Reese was around the 10KTF shop for seven, not 10, hours yesterday giving 10KTF Genesis item holders one last chance to recycle their gear for a blank and a G-Tag.
“Call me Reese,” she said. “I make old things new again.”
During yesterday’s last recycling period, tons of 10KTF holders met with Resse and recycled their Genesis bags and hightops.
“Today I say goodbye to my first, and maybe the best 10KTF NFT,” HeThatGive.Eth tweeted. “ It was a beauty. There wasn't a single person... NFT insider or anti-NFT crusader that I couldn't show it to and they wouldn't get it. Felt dirty recycling her for gtags. May we meet again some day.”
After yesterday’s recycling period, there are now 14,932 G-Tag NFTs in the 10KTF Stockroom, according to Opensea data.
As the Bored Ape Gazette previously these G-tags will turn into 10KTF's Profile Photo project throughout 10KTF season 2.
“How many times do I have to tell you? G-Tags become the 10KTF PFP,” Wen told the 10KTF community on April 13th. “Use G-Tags wisely throughout Season 2.”
At the time of this article’s publication, we do not know what 10KTF’s pfp project will look like but its clear that every G-Tag holder expects greatness from the legendary Wagmi-San.
The Bored Ape Gazette will continue to follow 10KTF and will keep you posted on all things G-Tag! Stay tuned for updates!