Mercury Protocol is a revolutionary project in the world of information media. It is an open source structure built on the Ethereum blockchain. If a communication platform integrates the Mercury Protocol, it will reap the endless benefits offered by the blockchain mechanism, coming at a minimal cost. After all, the usage of consensus algorithms enables transparency, publicity, and audibility of all data stored on the blockchain. Hence, trustless, secure and generalized for any communication types are just some of the innovative features utilized by the Mercury Protocol Project. Private users and service providers can gain ownership over their data exchange when any given platform integrates the protocol. The pioneer application utilizing the Mercury Protocol is a mobile private messenger called Dust. Dust uses a proof of concept to create a platform for all users. Dust has been in-market since the end of 2017. Shortly after, the protocol has been implemented into a new information media platform called Broadcast. The versatility of the Mercury Protocol is characterized by its diverse communication features driven by the Global Messaging Token (GMT). GMT is built on the advantageous Ethereum Node Network. The Mercury Protocol is aimed to set the future standard of all communication platforms.