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MYSTERIES REVEALED: The Second Part Of The Trial Of Jimmy The Monkey Will Be Revealed Tomorrow

Bored Ape Yacht Club members are getting their second “glimpse” at the Trial of Jimmy the Monkey and the story that the club is telling tomorrow.

On Wednesday December 28th, the BAYC will reveal the second locked mystery on its titled “THE PAST, PRESENT, FUTURE.” “A PROPHET WADDLES AMONG US. LISTEN CLOSELY.”

This is the second of six locked roadmap items that lead into “Chapter 1,” according to the website.

“A glimpse at the road ahead,” the BAYC wrote. “ Don’t be a stranger.”

As the Bored Ape Gazette previously reported, the BAYC gave the community an update on its highly anticipated Trial of Jimmy the Monkey and announced a free interactive mint for BAYC and MAYC members in late January 2023 last week.

Following the announcement the BAYC shared a nearly two-minute prologue video for the Trial of Jimmy the Monkey, and it was anything but bored and shitty!

While we do not know much about what’s ahead, BAYC Co-Founder Garga previously said that this story is “some really weird shit."

During a recent interview at Benzinga’s Future of Crypto Conference on December 7th, BAYC Co-Founder Garga told the audience that his goal with the Trial of Jimmy the Monkey is to reignite some early BAYC vibes around some “really weird shit.”

“Jimmy the Monkey is some really weird shit that we’ve been building towards for a very long time,” Garga said. “There’s no way in hell anybody knows what we’re doing there. And that’s the point for that. We wanted to get back to some of the silliness, strangeness and fun and novel mechanics that we had earlier in the lifecycle of the BAYC and keep innovating in that space.”

The Bored Ape Gazette will continue to follow the Trial of Jimmy the Monkey and will let you know what mysteries are revealed tomorrow! Stay tuned for updates!

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