Knowing These 5 Secrets Will Make Your Crypto Telegram Channels Look Spam-free

Knowing These 5 Secrets Will Make Your Crypto Telegram Channels Look Spam-free

Telegram has become an ideal platform for growing a cryptocurrency community. But recently it has also attracted several bad actors including spammers and trolls. These noise-producing sources can relentlessly bombard any crypto telegram channel with unrelated information. A successful crypto Telegram channel needs to foster a sense of security , to stay ahead of cryptocurrency news 

Thus, it is up to the Telegram community manager to identify these fraudulent activities, minimize the nuisance and improve group security. Luckily several effective security measures can make any crypto Telegram group appear spam free.  

  1. Identifying spammers

Spammers and other bad entities continue to create a toxic and unwelcoming environment. If this activity is left unchecked, it can lead to an erosion of trust among the group participants and decreases the positive sentiment in the chat. This role should be taken up by community admins and group owners. 

  1. Avoiding phishing efforts

In phishing, any dishonest entity can create a fake website, join a particular crypto telegram channel, and behind sending links to participants with irresistible offers. Generally, participants are directed to a site that asks for their crypto wallet credentials once they click on the link. To avoid this problem, group owners should use URL whitelisting which can block any unapproved links. To mitigate risks, the number of clickable links in the group chat has to be minimized. 

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  1. Removing giveaway posts

Another form of phishing that relay on celebrity namesakes is giveaways involving popular tokens such as Bitcoin and Ethereum. Group members can easily be fooled by a carefully crafted fake social media account, complete with likes, retweets, and sources from what appear to be legitimate sources. Group owners and managers should quickly ban such impersonators and prepare a list of the real social media handles of crypto-influencers. 

  1. Preventing flooding

Flooding refers to a stream of unwanted, duplicate messages being released automatically into a chat room. This technique is used by spam marketers who can program chatbots to reply to messages left by participants, sending them irrelevant, malicious, or promotional information. When left unchecked, it can choke communication which can devalue the channel experience for interested users. To prevent this problem from occurring, group owners can choose flood protection, which prevents trolls and spammers from filling a group with spammy messages. This feature quickly raises a flag for moderators when it detects excess posting.  

  1. Stopping admin impersonation

Impersonating a group admin is one of the most common tactics employed by Telegram scammers. Unsuspecting members can easily fall into the trap as they feel it’s coming from a position of authority. To avoid this, the community guidelines should clearly state that admins never ask for wallet credentials. They should also conduct regular checks to find fake admin profiles and swiftly ban them. 


Channel moderators have to work towards retaining their community members on a 24/7 basis. While taking all the above steps can be time-consuming. The efforts will be appreciated by group members. This is the best way to nurture confidence in a particular project and fuel its goals for growth. 

Jordan Fried

Jordan Fried

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