Moderators are community with administrative privileges in official groups and channel listed here.
- support users when they have problems
- guide and educate users when they need it
- reduce spam and noise in the groups
- eliminate any malicious intents and practices
- maintain a good tone of conversation in the groups
- recommend improvements to community setup
- recommend improvements to product
- communicate positive and negative user experiences
- detect threats and security risks early
- be on the pulse of the community
- medium to high level of experience with web3
- high level of experience with Telegram
- medium to high level of experience with Telegram
- ability to collaborate productively in English
- be a Grindery MVU
- aware and up to date on all public Grindery documentation
- good understanding of Grindery team structure
- good understanding of Grindery community structure
Given the rapid growth we had no opportunity to implement a formal moderator and ambassador program yet. All moderator compensation is done in a case by case basis. We expect to build a more formal program by the end of January 2024.
How to become a moderator
Moderators privileges are given on merit, or simply put: become a (power) user, get your MVU up, inform yourself, get involved and start contributing. Then reach out to any of the existing moderators (or super-mods) and get them to propose you as a moderator for a specific existing or new group.
Do NOT apply for the position without showing a track record first.