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Introducing the TenX Community Forum
When it comes to community management and engagement, at TenX we believe in delivering the most value to our community members in a way that is natural and organic — because we come from the larger crypto community ourselves.
We do this by creating compelling content, having conversations, and nurturing the community to help us spread the message that the very mission of what we are doing is to make cryptocurrencies spendable.
We are doing everything we can to usher in a future where blockchain powers decentralised services, especially the internet of money for everyone. It will take a long time, but we are committed to making it a reality. Ultimately, we’re in it for the long game.
Here’s introducing our TenX Community Forum, and the ‘whys’ and ‘whats’ behind it!
Our existing community channels
Rocket.Chat is a great way to instantly engage in real-time with the community and get immediate feedback. Admittedly, it is quite resource intensive on our team, as there are expectations to be responding 24/7, instantly.
Despite that, we still think it’s a great way to engage with the community and our advocates (shout out to the Revolutionaries!) to get quick feedback, or just simply hang out with a group of digital buddies. It’s like your home or your favourite bar/cafe, but virtual. It certainly is mine.
With Rocket.Chat, we also have better security, permissions and controls that allow us to protect our community from scam attacks and phishing from malicious users. For example, on our custom Rocket.Chat server, we have configured it to disable direct messaging to other users. This prevents impersonations and identity scams, which were prevalent back in 2017 and 2018 during the ICO heydays.
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