Discord is an all-in-one community management and messaging platform that has been widely adopted by the crypto and NFT communities across most blockchains. Join servers of projects that you’re interested in, connect with like-minded individuals/influencers in the space, and stay abreast of important project announcements and events.
Key Takeaways For Creators
While Discord is generally more useful for NFT projects that have bigger teams and a sizeable following, setting up your own Discord server can benefit you directly by being able to:
- Use automation to welcome new community members and onboard them about project specifics
- Lighten your community management workload by hiring evangelists of your project to moderate channels and cultivate an engaged community
- Keep collectors in the loop on giveaways, whitelisting opportunities, potential scams to watch out for, and more
- Set up support channels for helping users troubleshoot issues they may encounter with your project
- Integrate feeds of your other social channels to centralize all of your content in one place and meet your users where they live online
Interested in learning more about Discord bots on Cardano? Explore our review here.
Key Takeaways For Collectors
Entering a server of an NFT project that you’re interested in and engaging in the community can benefit you directly by being able to:
- Learn more about the sentiment around a specific project by chatting with other NFT investors before making an investment decision
- Increase your chances of getting whitelist opportunities and being the first to know about special events and new drops
- Protect yourself against “rugpulls” by DYOR and other scams by deactivating your DMs
- Get paid in crypto and even special NFTs by taking on a specific moderating role or staking ADA with projects that you truly believe in
- Gauge the long-term health of a project to make timely trades and secure more profits
Join our Discord channels for The Monet Society and The Art Bank for more benefits.