When it comes to mainnet launches in the blockchain market, there have been numerous examples of development teams falling short when it comes to roadmap dates – a lot of projects have simply not hit their deadlines. Now, you can add Oyster (PRL) to that list.
If you are a PRL fan and you are reading this, then you probably already know that yesterday (May 29th) was supposed to be the big day – the day that the full-blown version of this decentralized application (dApp) was supposed to finally enter the real world.
Well, the team has put out tweets in recent hours explaining that shit has hit the fan – particularly in the last moments when things were supposed to be wrapping up. Take a look at the message they sent to all their followers:
The Oyster development team is currently working on a sudden issue in our private Tangle that is impairing upload capabilities and delaying the Mainnet going online. We will continue to provide updates as soon as they are available.
— Oyster Protocol (@OysterProtocol) May 30, 2018
Then, more recently (just a couple of hours ago), the Oyster (PRL) team sent out a much more detailed explanation of exactly what is going on:
There is still no word on exactly when they will be able to continue with the mainnet launch, but fans of this digital currency aren’t very happy about the delay – at least if I’m reading the sarcasm of Twitter and Reddit comments correctly.
Disclaimer: This article should not be taken as, and is not intended to provide, investment advice. Please conduct your own thorough research before investing in any cryptocurrency.