Every blockchain project has a Discord server and the platform’s features make it the perfect habitat for scammers and grifters.
Rampant spam, phishing attacks, scammers, and malware—Discord has a lot of challenges securing crypto projects.
New York's attorney general is looking into a number of social media companies over their role in the Buffalo shooting. Legal experts say little can be done.
Hackers used a popular Discord bot to trick users into clicking on malicious links inside the Discord servers of several popular NFT projects.
The official Discord for the popular NFT marketplace was breached by scammers on Friday morning, netting just under $20,000 in ill-gotten NFTs.
A wave of TikTok accounts are simply reposting content from Reddit with text-to-speech programs reading out peoples' posts. At least some of those accounts come from a Discord server where people are trying to find easy ways to monetize TikTok accounts.
The attack was the latest done over Discord and is a growing concern for the vast majority of DAOs and NFT communities that live there.
“We need to listen to our children more. They always need us.”
ConstitutionDAO has raised more than $3 million in a few days and is racing to place a bid in a high-profile Sotheby’s auction for one of the only original copies of the Constitution.
When the CEO of the gaming-focused chat platform teased crypto integration this week, the response was swift and brutal.
Discord isn't merely hopping on the cryptocurrency bandwagon. Discord is the bandwagon.
A thriving Discord community has become an essential part of the game dev toolkit—especially for small independent games and busy community managers.