Crypto is still rapidly growing in 2020, and while the hype train has somewhat left the station, we are sure it will be back. In the meantime, it’s a good opportunity to learn more about the fundamentals and technology that support decentralized money. These communities can help tremendously.
Bitcointalk is the gold standard for the community of Crypto on the Web. There are 3 million posts and two million members approaching this platform. There are different sections related to speculations, mining, development, technical assistance, IOC, and more. For convenience, the site is accessible in twenty different languages.
If you are concerned more with newer, riskier, and frankly scummier projects, CryptocurrencyTalk will be the best place for you.
Reddit has the most siloed and specific communities in regards to crypto. It’s a great place to go, but beware, tribalism runs deep and if you are in favor of the “wrong coin” on the wrong subreddit, you may just get banned.
Monero – https://www.reddit.com/r/monero/
Price Speculation – https://www.reddit.com/r/cryptocurrency/
Steemit was one of the first blockchains to focus on social media. In return for posting content and posts, users may win Steem tokens, which are essentially money. Along with this, they can also like and dislike the available posts. Because of the native utility of crypto on the platform, they obviously have a majority of crypto-related content.
Telegram is seen as a competitor of WhatsApp as it is also a chatting App. Numerous Crypto professionals have made groups. Some of these groups require little payment while there are some groups that are also free.
Medium is referred to as a backer on the community of Crypto. Albeit it does not directly belong to the direct digital currency community. Medium could further be explained as a microblogging site, and it is also a renowned place for Crypto Content.
Similar to Telegram, discord has live chats and servers dedicated to various crypto communities.