Building a crypto community — no matter if you have a token or not, all comes down to getting the basics right, such as the right platform mix, the community experience, setting a reasonable goal, knowing who's your community members, and building great content and resources while providing value. Let us break it down to you.
What are you trying to achieve with your community? Try to communicate your mission as clear as it can get, repetition is key, from making a community pledge to even your own commandments or community guidelines.
Let's take a look at Ryder, a modern cryptocurrency hardware wallet built by a community of makers. Currently, it has a private Discord server that gathers all selected makers that want to contribute to bringing true self-sovereign identity in the digital world. The current server is used to establish a community feedback loop for product development and code contribution.
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