Directly communicate with the team (and experienced & friendly chat moderators)
Ask for technical support
Make polite requests or recommendations for new features or modifications
Engage with the community in a more informal setting
Receive the latest announcements from the team before they are released elsewhere
To request support on Discord, you can create a Support Ticket in the #help channel. It's important to note that on Discord (as with many crypto projects), there are often scammers who impersonate team members and moderators in an attempt to hack users through social engineering. Team members and moderators will always have the roles "Team," "Admin," "Moderator," or "Community Moderator" next to their names when sending messages in any of the Kujira Discord channels. If a team member or moderator asks you to private message them, it's generally recommended that you message them first after they request it in one of the main chats, as imposters may still try to message you privately to deceive you.
The Kujira Discord uses roles to group community members and assign different permissions. To participate in the Discord, you will need to go through a simple verification process. You may need to temporarily enable direct messages from unknown accounts as part of this process.
Anyone can participate in the Kujira Discord after a simple verification process. It may be necessary to temporarily enable direct messages from unknown accounts as a part of the verification process.
The Kujira Discord offers many channels for various types of activity, including the Main chat channels where you can discuss various topics and socialize with other members. Some of the channels available in the Main chat group include:
Kujira community members can also directly request help from moderators and team members by creating a Support Ticket in the #help channel, which can be found in the Assistance channels group.
The Social Posts channel under the Welcome channel group links to new tweets, Medium articles, Instagram posts, and other updates from Team Kujira in real time.
In the Content Creation channels, you can share your content, suggest ideas, and collaborate with other Kujira content creators.
The dApps channels allow you to learn about our main protocols and ask questions about them.
The Protocols channels are for Kujira protocols to market themselves and engage with the community.
These channels are spaces for Kujira-affiliated NFT projects to market themselves and connect directly with the Kujira community.
The Validators channels are for validators to discuss technical aspects of validating on Kujira and collaborate on securing the testnet and mainnet on the Kujira chain.
The Communities channels are for community members to communicate in different languages and socialize.
Under the Governance channels, you can find proposal announcements and discussions, as well as a public forum for the community to discuss new proposals before they are put up for voting.
The Governance Forum can be used as one platform (among others) to discuss Kujira Governance with the Kujira Senate.