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Building A Web3 Community

Building a community is vital for the success of any web3 project.
Decentralization, innovation, and web3 development are only possible through people, and in order to make that happen, there must be a united community that fights for the initiative tooth and nail.
On the other hand, the credibility of web3 projects is still negatively affected as a result of countless fraudulent schemes that persist in continuing and tainting an otherwise promising concept. Building a community not only benefits the project but also earns it more authority.
It does come with its own set of challenges, though.
Creating, managing, and growing a community is time-consuming and requires effort, but don’t let that discourage you - in this guide, we’ll show you everything you need to know to build a web3 community from the ground up.

Know Your Community

The playful adaptation of the KYC acronym (know your community) is pretty self-explanatory. And it is, perhaps, the most important step of all.
Knowing your community, even before having a relevant dimension, entails going in search of the right community in the right places.
Seek developers if you want their expertise. Look for holders, investors, and crypto aficionados if the project is economic in nature. If you want to focus on content creators, make sure they are expressive in your community, and so on. Otherwise, you risk listening to the wrong groups and stalling your growth.

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