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Learn how to get involved in the Ethereum community
The Ethereum community includes tens of thousands of developers, technologists, users, miners, HODLers, and enthusiasts all over the world. There are many ways to get involved in the Ethereum community: you can attend an event, join a meetup group, contribute to a project, or participate in one of many online forums about Ethereum.
Want to contribute to Ethereum more directly? Check out how to get involved below for a list of ways that you can contribute based on your skills and professional background.
Hundreds of thousands of Ethereum enthusiasts gather in these online forums to share news, talk about recent developments, debate technical issues, and imagine the future.
- r/ethereum - all things Ethereum
- r/ethfinance - the financial side of Ethereum, including DeFi
- r/ethdev - focused on Ethereum development
- r/ethtrader - trends & market analysis
- r/EtherMining - focused on securing the Ethereum Network (mining)
- r/ethstaker - welcome to all interested in staking on Ethereum
- Fellowship of Ethereum Magicians - community oriented around technical standards in Ethereum
- Ethereum Stackexchange - discussion and help for Ethereum developers
- Ethereum Research - the most influential messageboard for cryptoeconomic research
- Chat rooms
- Ethereum Gitter - chat room for the Ethereum GitHub repo
- Ethereum Cat Herders - community oriented around offering project management support to Ethereum development
- Ethereum Hackers - Discord chat run by ETHGlobal: an online community for Ethereum hackers all over the world
- CryptoDevs Discord - Ethereum development focused Discord community
- EthStaker Discord - Support for the Beacon Chain staking community
- Eth R&D Discord - Strictly for focused discussions around core protocol development (Not for individual support or assistance)
- ethereum.org Website Team - Stop by and chat ethereum.org web design with the team and folks from the community
- The Ethereum community is very active on Twitter - not sure where to start?
Every month, there are major Ethereum events around the world. Consider attending one near you to meet more people in the community, learn about employment opportunities, and develop new skills.
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"Meetups" are small events held by groups of Ethereum enthusiasts - a chance for people interested in Ethereum to get together, talk about Ethereum, and learn about recent developments.
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Interested in starting your own meetup? Check out the BUIDL Network, an initiative by ConsenSys to help support Ethereum’s meetup communities.
This is a non-exhaustive list built by our community. Know of an active meetup group to add to this list? Please add it!
"DAOs" are Decentralized autonomous organizations. These groups leverage Ethereum technology to facilitate organization and collaboration. For instance, for controlling membership, voting on proposals, or managing pooled assets. While DAOs are still experimental, they offer opportunities for you to find groups that you identify with, find collaborators, and grow your impact on the Ethereum community. More on DAOs
- LexDAO @lex_DAO - Legal engineering
- Machi X @MachiXOfficial - Art community
- MetaCartel @Meta_Cartel - DAO incubator
- MetaCartel Ventures @VENTURE_DAO - Venture for pre-seed crypto projects
- MetaGame @MetaFam - MMORPG Game Mechanics for Real Life
- MetaFactory @TheMetaFactory - Digiphysical Apparel Brands
- MolochDAO @MolochDAO - Community focused on funding Ethereum development
- ΜΓΔ (Meta Gamma Delta) @metagammadelta - Women-led projects
- Raid Guild @RaidGuild - Collective of Web3 builders
- DAOSquare @DAOSquare - Promote the DAO concept in non-tech field and help people create value through DAO.
- dOrg @dOrg_tech - Freelancer Web3 development collective working as a DAO
- HausDAO @nowdaoit - Community governance of DAOhaus
- Developer DAO @developer_dao - Community of builders who believe in collective ownership of the internet
The Ethereum community includes people of many different backgrounds and skillsets. Whether you’re a developer, an artist, or an accountant, there are ways to get involved. Here’s a list of suggestions that might help you get started.
- Learn about and try Ethereum at ethereum.org/developers/
- Find a bounty on Gitcoin, work on a small or large technical issue, earn crypto!
- Attend an ETHGlobal hackathon near you!
- Check out projects related to your area of expertise or programming language of choice
- Watch or participate in the Core Dev calls
- Ecosystem Support Program's wishlist - tooling, documentation, and infrastructure areas where the Ethereum Ecosystem Support Program is actively seeking grant applications
- Web3Bridge - join the aspiring web3 community in their initiative to identify, train, and support hundreds of developers and community members throughout Africa
- useWeb3 - a curated overview of the latest resources on Ethereum, Solidity and Web3 development.
Researchers & Academics
Do you have a background in mathematics, cryptography, or economics? You might be interested in some of the cutting-edge work being done within the Ethereum ecosystem
- Challenges.ethereum.org - a series of high-value research bounties, where you can earn >$100,000 USD
- Ethresear.ch - Ethereum’s primary forum for research, and the world’s most influential forum for cryptoeconomics
- Ecosystem Support Program's wishlist - research areas where the Ethereum Ecosystem Support Program is actively seeking grant applications
Have non-technical skills, and aren’t sure where to start?
If you’re not a developer, it can be hard to know where to start in Ethereum. Here are a few suggestions, along with resources for specific professional backgrounds.
- Organize a meetup in your city
- Not sure how to start? The BUIDL network can help.
- Write content about Ethereum
- Ethereum needs good writers who can explain its value in plain language
- Not ready to publish your own articles? Consider contributing to the existing content on community resources like EthHub, or propose new content for ethereum.org!
- Offer to take notes for community calls
- There are many open-source community calls, and having notetakers is a huge help. If you’re interested, join the Ethereum Cat Herders discord, and introduce yourself!
- Translate Ethereum content into your native language
- ethereum.org maintains a translation program that translates the website, and other resources, into many different languages
- Find out how to get involved here
Financial professionals & Accountants
- Ethereum is home to the “Decentralized Finance” ecosystem - a network of protocols and applications that offer an alternative financial system. If you’re a financial professional, check out some DeFi apps at DeFi Pulse or DeFiPrime
- Accountant? Assets on Ethereum - ETH, tokens, DeFi, etc - introduce many novel accounting issues. You could start by checking out some projects that aim to help users of cryptocurrency solve their bookkeeping & accounting challenges, like Rotki
- The Ethereum ecosystem needs your talents! Many companies are hiring for product manager roles. If you want to start by contributing to an open source project, get in touch with the Ethereum Cat Herders or MetaCartel
- There are many marketing and communications positions in the Ethereum ecosystem!
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