Earn2Trade just started a Discord server and it’s great. I had been considering opening my own Discord server, but honestly didn’t want the obligation of maintaining it, participating regularly, moderating it and all the other work that goes into running a Discord server.
Earn2Trade though luckily started one, is welcoming all traders (not just Earn2Trade ones), and they are doing a fantastic job with it. If you don’t want to read any more and can’t wait to join, here’s the invite link: https://discord.gg/earn2trade Let them know the CFT sent you (or don’t, doesn’t really matter).
What’s a Discord?
I’m the first to admit I’m no Discord pro. I know enough to join a server, send some messages, and that’s about it.
Here’s my boomer summary: were you around in the IRC (Internet Relay Chat) days? Done, this is a modern version.
Discord allows people or companies to create a server, for example, Earn2Trade’s Discord Server. Within the server they can create sub-discussions, text and voice. Basically a place to hang out with other like minded people (traders) and discuss trading, off topic subjects, the market, news, etc.
It also gives the company a great way to pass along info to the community. New promos, new videos that come out, etc.
And in case you are wondering, yes it’s all free.
Open To All Traders
I verified with the moderators and yes, any trader far and wide can join. You don’t have to be in an Earn2Trade evaluation. There will be some Earn2Trade content of course, but for the most part it’s traders hanging out, talking trading. So far I’m all about it.
Find Me – Canadian Futures Trader
You’ll find me in the #trader-chat area mainly, possibly #off-topic. I’ll be hanging out during the week while trading. Come on by, join the friendly people, chit chat, learn, share, and otherwise have a great time talking with other traders.
Earn2Trade Discord: https://discord.gg/earn2trade
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