Decoding the Roadmap of Team JUST/Fomo3D

Spent some time on this Easter Egg…

The roadmap in Fomo OS (256bit) — https://p3d-bot.github.io/FomoOS/256bit

The original code:

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

This string has digits 0–9 and letters NOPQRS. And it is natural to think of Base16, which use digits 0–9 and letters ABCDEF.

Let’s do shift on NOPQRS → ABCDEF, and get:

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

Use a Base16 decoder, get:

FzShqJSlrFNlZQR4BvOTo3IhMTyhMlOiMvOHMJSgVRcIH1DAPxcuoaIupaxtYFOTMJWlqJSlrFNlZQR4BvORMKMyoT9joJIhqPOiMvODo1qVZ0DAPxMyLaW1LKW5VQV1qTttZwNkBQbtETIjoT95oJIhqPOiMvODo1qVZ0DAPx1upzAbVP0tFaIhMFNlZQR4BvORMKMyoT9joJIhqPOiMvOTo21iZ0DAPxc1oUxtBUEbVQVjZGt6VREypTkirJ1yoaDto2LtEz9gomARQDcXqJk5VP0tCmbtG0ttH0uWIPOWVRqIEIAGVSyCIFqZGPOVDIMSVSECVSqOFIDtDH5RVSASEFOABFRuZD==

Well, now it looks like a Base64, if we decode it right now. You’ll get something like:

4Seexr!1<2S20UP?..m`S0Seex02?c!2Zg@?2-,Uu;mgd푲#?y!2Zg@?n0T-!0Seex02?c!2mbg@?5LmAUcdkzU29"r�퓿``@79T-
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Hmmmm

Looks like we need to do more transformation on top of it, before doing a Base64 decoding.

The very basic transformation would be Caesar Cipher — just shift letters. I was trying all the shifts one by one. And luckily, when doing the +13 shift, which is,

A B C D E F G H I J...
N O P Q R S T U V W...

You’ll get a new Base64 code:

SmFudWFyeSAyMDE4OiBGb3VuZGluZyBvZiBUZWFtIEpVU1QNCkphbnVhcnkgLSBGZWJydWFyeSAyMDE4OiBEZXZlbG9wbWVudCBvZiBQb1dIM0QNCkZlYnJ1YXJ5IDI1dGggMjAxODogRGVwbG95bWVudCBvZiBQb1dIM0QNCk1hcmNoIC0gSnVuZSAyMDE4OiBEZXZlbG9wbWVudCBvZiBGb21vM0QNCkp1bHkgOHRoIDIwMTg6IERlcGxveW1lbnQgb2YgRm9tbzNEDQpKdWx5IC0gPzogT0ggU0hJVCBJIEdVRVNTIFlPVSdMTCBIQVZFIFRPIFdBSVQgQU5EIFNFRSBNOSEhMQ==

Decode it, and enjoy the magic moment

January 2018: Founding of Team JUST
January - February 2018: Development of PoWH3D
February 25th 2018: Deployment of PoWH3D
March - June 2018: Development of Fomo3D
July 8th 2018: Deployment of Fomo3D
July - ?: OH SHIT I GUESS YOU'LL HAVE TO WAIT AND SEE M9!!1

But wait, what the hell????

Team JUST, are you guys kidding me…?

Btw, I played Fomo3D using Cobo Wallet, the best wallet I have ever used. And they have SDKs for Native DApps. Interesting.

And I lose more than 2 ETH in the game lol.

If you found this decoding process is fun, a little donation would be well appreciated: 0xea5ABc1a1689984EbFDC41130886BdAEB5c24078