A yesegalo proof, or y-proof (or just proof), is a gameplay phenomenon spanning token interpolation to its extrapolation (in other words, mapping a preimage to its image). It is a proof-of-work concept involving The Origamic Symphony to print and purse some yesegalo encryption upon it being decrypted and transacted (as MONEY).
The proof itself is obtained from stew choreography, which can be translated as a stereotype (sequenced shapeframe) in some overall animation. Proofs of juke input are written in stew notation. We endeavor to find the most efficient proofs by improving upon the bounds on classes of twistors. The end of a proof (solution) should result in the closing of a string (cf. twistor).
Note (+): As with the traditional printing press, the primary reason for proofing is to provide confirmation/verification that a job (done) is accurate. Doing so draws a consensus (from independent, third-party sources -- read: jukers) for the creation of a new standard. It is important to note that proofs are unique (i.e., duplication is forbidden on the circuit).(See Talk)