Oyster Protocol is being considered as one of the most ambitious blockchain projects that have come to light in the past few months.
The project claims to have the potential to restructure the monetization process for websites by offering a simple line of code instead of banner ads, which would allow website owners to leverage visitors’ unused computer power to supplement the Oyster Platform’s encrypted storage operations.
By doing this, both parties can enjoy the benefits of a mutual agreement, with visitors receiving no ads for accessing participating websites’ content, and with website owners getting paid without uncertainty by the Oyster Platform’s capabilities.
Needless to say, this line of future operations has garnered the project a lot of attention in very little time.
Oyster’s airdrop for shell (SHL) token
It seems that the team behind the platform is leaving no stone unturned to build upon the traction that it has gained so far, as the Oyster Protocol is going to have the airdrop for its new Shell (SHL) token on April 6, 2018. The Oyster shell airdrop will happen shortly so get ready!
The SHL token is new to the platform, which already has its Pearl (PRL) token being traded on a few exchanges.
While the PRL token fuels the network’s storage operations, the SHL token will enable data sharing over its meshnet. Complete details of the SHL token can be found here.
The airdrop will occur on a 1:1 basis for PRL holders. For instance, if someone has 10 PRL tokens, then they will receive 10 SHL tokens upon the airdrop snapshot on April 6.
It has also been mentioned by the Oyster Protocol team for PRL holders to move their tokens to a personal wallet for now instead of an exchange held wallet, so they could receive their airdropped SHL without any problems.
The price of the current token Oyster PRL is sitting at $.94USD at press time.
What will be your trading decisions for the Oyster shell airdrop?
About Oyster Protocol
The Oyster Protocol is a true two-birds-one-stone proposition. The Protocol introduces a radically different approach to getting content publishers and content consumers to reach equilibrium and cooperation. As a consequence, anyone with a web browser can store and retrieve files in a decentralized, anonymous, secure, and reliable manner.
The Oyster Protocol is designed to solve revenue generation, anonymous and accessible storage, and decentralized application development and deployment. In the same way that the Ethereum Blockchain provides a straightforward framework for token creation, the Oyster Protocol provides a straightforward framework for accessing a decentralized mesh network.
The Oyster Protocol unlocks the dormant revenue potential of millions of websites, the storage
dilemmas of individuals and corporations, and the mesh-net platform that developers need.