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Oyster (PRL) - Dead Coins

Oyster (PRL)

Oyster was founded in 2017, it is not trading on any exchanges. Oyster was added to the dead coins list due to being Abandoned or No Volume. Founder/CEO is Bruno Block.

Summary

  • Main reasons for dead coin listing Abandoned or No Volume.
  • Started 2017, Ended 2017.
  • Social media ended 2018.
  • Trading ticker (PRL).
  • Total tokens unknown.
  • Not available to trade on any exchanges.
  • Was built on Ethereum blockchain.
  • Website is still up.
  • The Founder/SEO is Bruno Block.

Further Details

Notes

Scam coin.

Links

https://web.archive.org/web/20180204002048/https://www.oysterprotocol.com/ https://twitter.com/OysterProtocol https://www.oysterprotocol.com/

Screenshot

Screenshot Archived:

COPY PASTE FROM OLD WEBSITE

THE PROBLEM

Advertising is Broken

Advertisements have always been a fundamentally weak proposition. They are intrusive, tangential, privacy invasive, and distract from the cleanliness of a website.

Making matters worse, creative content publishers are suffering due to the advent of ad blockers and a general disregard to what advertisements have to offer.

 

THE SOLUTION: OYSTER

Revenue, in One Line of Code

Website visitors contribute a small portion of their CPU and GPU power to enable users' files to be stored on a decentralized and anonymous ledger.

In return, the website owners get paid indirectly by the storage users and website visitors can enjoy an ad-free browsing experience.

Protocol-Centric Development

When projects are people-centric, they're prone to having a bad day when the people do. Oyster distinguishes itself from other projects by having a fully specified protocol definition in the whitepaper.
Oyster engages development within the ethics of decentralization, therefore progress can be made by anyone if it conforms with protocol specifications.

Accessible Decentralization

Oyster lays the foundations for the next decentralized web. Web Nodes (website visitors) gradually peer with each other as they hunt for Oyster Pearls (PRL). Because they favour low-latency connections with nearby neighbors, the Oyster network becomes a performance-optimized mesh-net. Since web nodes operate fully on JavaScript, Oyster offers developers access to a decentralized network via a common programming language.

Accessible Anywhere

Oyster is a protocol for storing data on the IOTA Tangle. All someone needs to retrieve their data is connectivity to the Tangle and any software client that conforms with the Oyster Protocol. Connectivity to the Tangle does not require any centralized portal or gateway; therefore Oyster is fully decentralized with very low counterparty risk.

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