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TWELVEFOLD TUESDAY: Yuga Labs Is Releasing Its Second Blockchain Brain Teaser Tomorrow

Yuga Labs is set to release its second Twelvefold puzzle tomorrow, and the entire Web3 community is invited to participate for a chance to win .12 BTC!


The second-ever Twelvefold Tuesday is happening tomorrow, and everyone in the Web3 community has the opportunity to solve Yuga Labs' blockchain brain teaser, which is based on the company's generative art project, Twelvefold.


To participate, puzzle solvers will need to set up an Ordinals wallet and have a bit of BTC in their wallets to cover the fee to submit their answers on chain.


As the Bored Ape Gazette previously reported, Yuga Labs launched its new Twelvefold puzzle series last week and plans to post a new puzzle every Tuesday between now and November 28, 2023.





“In February we launched TwelveFold, 300 unique generative art pieces on the Bitcoin blockchain,” Yuga Labs tweeted last Tuesday. “Today, we launch a cipher puzzle series inspired by the art, at https://twelvefold.io/puzzle. Yes, there are prizes…and you currently don’t need to own a TwelveFold to participate.”


Following last week’s contest, the solver of the first Twelvefold puzzle, JTobcat, recommended that everyone set up their Bitcoin wallets prior to the second puzzle’s release and that everyone get familiar with Yuga Labs’ previous puzzles.


“For people joining, I'd recommend getting familiar with a browser wallet that supports ordinals and having some bitcoin ready to pay some inscription fees (~15k sats per inscription),” he said. “On the puzzle side, being able to solve puzzle 1 and understand it yourself is good practice along with going through and reviewing old ape puzzles to get a feel for what to expect as these seem very similar in style.”


The Bored Ape Gazette will continue to follow the Twelvefold project and will let you know who wins tomorrow. Stay tuned for updates!

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James Stiller
James Stiller
12 de set. de 2023

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