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PIECING TOGETHER: Yuga Labs Announced That It Is Releasing Its Bitcoin Ordinal Puzzles Next Week!

Yuga Labs Chief Creative Officer Michael Figge made a cryptic post about a crypto puzzle last night, which seems to be based on the company’s TwelveFold project!


Six months after Yuga Labs sold 288 of their 300 TwelveFold generative Ordinal art pieces for 735 BTC or $16.5 million USD, the company is releasing some blockchain based brain teasers!


“Next week - Ordinals puzzles on the Bitcoin Blockchain,” Figge tweeted along with what looks like a TwelveFold piece featuring 12 dots.


While Figge did not elaborate on what the Bitcoin-based puzzles will entail or provide the community with a clue about what's coming next, we do know that the concept of Yuga Labs' TwelveFold project having a puzzle piece to it has been in development since the beginning.


As the Bored Ape Gazette previously reported, Figge first teased that Yuga Labs had plans to build on Bitcoin in a nine-part Twitter thread on March 17, 2023.


“We plan on reinvesting a portion of the proceeds from the sale to continue exploring on the Bitcoin Blockchain,” Figge tweeted. “That’s all for now. More info in April. And later, a puzzle.”





For those who are unfamiliar with the TwelveFold project, it is Yuga Labs’ first generative art collection on Bitcoin.


“TwelveFold is a base 12 art system localized around a 12x12 grid,” Figge tweeted on March 5th. “The collection of 300 inscriptions is made up of 25 different series of 12, each with their own motif. Each series maintains a theme spread across 12 unique pieces. Like crypto, the collection isn't so much linear but cyclical, with four different color palettes progressing throughout: winter, spring, summer, autumn. It's a nod to being optimistic whether we're in a Crypto Winter or a Defi Summer. Every TwelveFold piece will be inscribed onto a satoshi with a satpoint ending in the number 12, and the ‘postage’ associated with each inscription will be 12121.”


Take a look at some of the works in the collection below:





The Bored Ape Gazette will continue to follow the TwelveFold project and will keep you posted on Yuga Labs' upcoming puzzles. Stay tuned for updates!

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