Yuga Labs Gets Beeple's 10KTF Video Game, Mean Metaverse Assimilation - Cointelegraph

Yuga Labs Gets Beeple’s 10KTF Video Game, Mean Metaverse Assimilation – Cointelegraph

Once the purchase is finished, the business claimed that Beeple will certainly be employed as a consultant for Yuga Labs.

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Yuga Labs acquires Beeple’s 10KTF game, hints at metaverse integration

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Yuga Labs, makers of Bored Ape Yacht Club (BAYC), has actually obtained 10 KTF– the nonfungible token (NFT) video game established by electronic musician Michael Winkelmann, additionally referred to as Beeple.

10 KTF is a browser-based NFT video game that permits gamers to equip heroes with crafted products as well as load-outs in order to finish goals. Objectives award gamers with APE coins, badges, products as well as totally free airdrops.

The video game additionally means to consist of several things that might be used by a character in the future; sets of socks as well as knapsacks are preferred things from the video game’s collection. Previously, followers have actually been delegated question what Metaverse system will certainly include these products. Since the purchase has actually been revealed, some followers have actually started to guess that 10 KTF products might come to be wearable within Yuga Labs’ as-yet-unreleased Otherside metaverse ecological community.

A string released on the 10 KTF authorities Twitter network on Nov. 14 revealed photos of the 10 KTF hero, Wagmi-San, consuming alcohol a potion that was formerly included in the Otherside trailer. The last message in the string is a retweet from the Otherside’s network, which claims “welcome to the Otherside, Wagmi-San.”

Welcome to the Otherside, Wagmi-san. pic.twitter.com/cNCNTqOd44

— Othersidemeta (@OthersideMeta) November 14, 2022

Once the purchase is finished, the business stated that Beeple will certainly be worked with as a consultant for Yuga Labs.

Back in March, YugaLabs revealed that it was getting both the Cryptopunks and also Meebits NFT collections from the nonfungible leaders at Larval Labs. At the time, Larval Labs founders Matt Hall and also John Watkinson claimed that, though they were not signing up with Yuga as component of the bargain, “we saw in [Yuga Labs] the capability and also competence in this area that we were missing out on.”