Pokemon GO Cipher, in a now-deleted tweet from Niantic, offers a reward to anyone who could "crack the code." Some fans have speculated that it was a mistake or error on Niantic's part while others have partaken in cracking the code.
Pokemon Go Cipher: Cracking the Code
Niantic Labs have since followed up their deleted tweet with a code for the Pokemon GO Community Day. While the community is unsure of whether or not this was the code Niantic was referring to in their previous tweet, there are rumors that there may be two codes, the one given, and the one in cipher.
The given code can be redeemed on Niantic's rewards website until 8 am UTC on April 26. All you need to do is sign in or create your Pokemon GO account, and enter the code MDWC4SNGUFXS2SW9.
For those attempting to solve the mysterious second cipher code, fans have tried everything from Pokedex number conversions to the first letter of Pokémon plus the first letter of their signature move. Twitter users have offered up the codes RMGTFWP and RMGCFWP, but the website requires 13 letters. So, for now, Pokemon users will have to go back to the drawing board until Niantic states otherwise.