Los Angeles, CA, September 07, 2018 --(PR.com
)-- SynQ, the next-gen communication app for the crypto market, today began launching select flagship communities on the platform.
With the introduction of community creation, SynQ opens the doors to its first round of flagship crypto groups. Communities will have their own addresses on the SynQ platform and can customize their profile, set taglines, and use tags to indicate the main topics of discussion. Prior to the launch of community spaces, SynQ had been the exclusive host of CryptoSyndicate, a crypto discussion group turned SaaS startup and the developers behind the new communication platform.
“As part of a successful alpha release, we’ve developed a primary set of channel, messaging, and crypto market features,” said CryptoSyndicate COO Nick Mancini. “Now we’re giving other communities access to those user-tested features.”
Among those features are enhanced community moderating tools, including the ability to mute users for specified periods of time. Communities also have an array of channel types at their command, such as public, private, premium-access, and read-only channels that automatically populate replies into neatly organized threads. Users will also be able to search messages and customize notifications by channel, push interval, and time of day.
“Communities are for sharing information,” noted Mancini. “But if you don’t constantly monitor their activity, the conversation moves so fast that valuable information gets lost. That’s a problem for crypto communities that act as market discussion groups and informal mentors to newcomers -- which is basically all of them.”
SynQ also features tools that bring the crypto market directly to the user. TraQ, a ticker tracker bot, automatically updates price and volume data in user-specified crypto pairings.
Mancini noted that SynQ’s crypto-centered design goes beyond platform tools and integrations.
“Communities in other markets can get by with a couple of channels and some pinned posts,” he said. “But if you’re a crypto community, you need customizable channels for general discussion, ICOs, mining, investment basics, and market updates. You need spaces that organize entire libraries of educational resources and links. You need read-only channels that spotlight trade calls and keep the noise threaded out of sight. The options that Slack, Telegram, and Discord provide aren’t adequate for the crypto space.”
When it comes to understanding the crypto market, the developers of SynQ have plenty of firsthand experience. Founded in 2017 by CEO Enrique Gutierrez, CryptoSyndicate built a reputation for its top-notch business intelligence and price action analytics. As the CryptoSyndicate community grew, the limitations of other platform options became apparent.
“They wanted to charge us tens of thousands of dollars for a platform that didn’t fit our community’s needs,” said Gutierrez, “So we built our own platform, SynQ.”
Having successfully launched its own community on SynQ, CryptoSyndicate is excited to share the platform with flagship communities like Too Broke for Bitcoin, the eponymous community inspired by the new book by crypto educator and entrepreneur Ash Roulston.
Said Roulston, “I chose to go with SynQ because it's fast and designed with crypto related communities in mind. It has the best features of the alternatives and some unique to SynQ.”
Roulston is the founder of Cryppick.com, a membership site focused on educating the crypto community. In addition to providing a space for discussion about the book, the Too Broke for Bitcoin community will provide up-to-date opportunities to earn crypto. Expanding on the generalities of the book, the community will be able to curate and link crypto investment opportunities as they arise.
Currently, community creation is by invitation only, with open access scheduled for SynQ beta release.
SynQ Suite Alpha version is currently available in Android and iOS mobile and web apps. Visit Google Play or the App Store to download and sign up.
Visit https://synq.tech/ for more information about SynQ, the first application suite designed specifically for crypto communities.
CryptoSyndicate is a technology development and communications firm that builds critical applications for the crypto market. Founded by CEO Enrique Gutierrez, CryptoSyndicate began in 2017 as a collective of business analysts, traders, and developers with a passion for blockchain technology. Based on their experiences as a community, they realized that the crypto space needs and deserves specific platforms for discussion, collaboration, and education.
CryptoSyndicate’s mission is to identify gaps in the crypto-space and build architecture to support all the ways that communities grow, interact, and create value. Visit the website at https://thecryptosyndicate.com/.