It can be hard to find genuinely well put together and legitimate NFT Discord servers nowadays. This is why I’ve done the leg work and have put together a definitive list of the best NFT servers, whether you’re a collector, trader, or even developer.
Best NFT Discord Servers
- NFTs World
- Hangout Cafe
- r/NFT Community
- Bored Ape Yacht Club
- Rarity Sniper
- Web3 Tribe
- Aspen Labs
- Galaxy Gang
- Art Stars Club NFT
- Vee Friends
- Magic Eden
- Okay Bears
1. NFTs World
|Active with a lot of members
|Being such a large community, it does not specialize in any particular aspect of NFTs so may be too general for serious traders
|Many members are experienced and more than happy to answer questions
|Many members in large communities think they know more than they do so you have to know who to listen to
|Can buy, sell, and trade NFTs with other members
NFTs World is pretty much the de facto beginner Discord server for NFTs. Even if you’re not a beginner, you should probably still join this server just to see the discussions and hear any important news that comes up.
If you are new to trading, selling, or buying NFTs, then NFTs world is a pretty valuable resource. You can learn anything from how to mint NFTs to how the entire trading process works.
My advice with a large server like this is to take all advice with a grain of salt, especially if they’re not coming from someone with proven authority on the subject.
Still, you can definitely learn the fundamentals in a server like NFTs World, and it’s one of the best resources for doing so.
2. Hangout Cafe
|Many very active members
|If you’re not interested in a community and already have basic NFT knowledge, this server won’t offer you much
|One of the most active NFT servers so there’s always people to talk with
|Discussions go beyond NFTs so it is just a fun community to be a part of
|Great for beginners
Hangout Cafe is really similar to NFTs World – both are highly popular and active NFT servers. The main difference is that Hangout Cafe is less NFT-centric.
You’ll find a much more casual environment here and people will talk about a ton of things that aren’t related to NFTs, even though NFTs are the main focus of the server.
If you’re a beginner, I’d honestly recommend both servers, but if you only want to join one then base your choice around whether you want a general hangout spot (Hangout Cafe) or a pure NFT haven (NFTs World.)
|May not feel quite as welcoming as a server like Hangout Cafe
|Perfect for beginners while having more in-depth conversations
|Good for serious NFT collectors as well
|Not as popular as NFTs World so less mainstream / casual members
r/NFT Community is very popular, but not as popular as NFTs World. So its popularity is similar to that of Hangout Cafe, except r/NFT Community is completely NFT centric.
This is good because there’s not going to be nearly as many newbies and scam artists joining to try and make a quick buck.
There’s nothing quite as annoying as hearing someone that just got into NFTs a month ago boast about how much money they’ll make from a new project that is the exact same as every other NFT project.
You’re going to get a lot of those cocky newbies in NFTs World, which is why I prefer the r/NFT Community. Keep in mind, though, if you’re brand new to NFTs – you will still benefit greatly from joining NFTs World until you get the fundamentals down.
|Bored Ape Yacht Club is one of the most popular and well-known NFTs so if you’re interested in creating your own project, then studying how they brand and create communities is invaluable
|If you’re not invested in Bored Ape Yacht Club NFTs and aren’t interested in it at all, you won’t get a lot from this community
|If you’re invested in BAYC or interested in the project – there’s no better community
|Being so popular and so successful, there’s a huge barrier to entry for BAYC NFTs
|Community is really friendly and fun even if you don’t personally own the NFTs
Bored Ape Yacht Club is basically synonymous with NFTs at this point. They’re up there with CryptoPunks when it comes to popularity and mainstream attention.
This server is the official Discord server for the NFT, so you’re basically going to see a lot of discussion about BAYC in there.
If that interests you, then you have to join, otherwise it’s a bit hit or miss. The server is fun, but it probably won’t’ keep your interest if you’re not interested in the project.
|Very tight-knit so less likely to encounter scammers as they are quickly called out and banned
|Not as exciting as some of the more popular and mainstream servers
|Created and moderated by veteran crypto traders and NFT collectors
|Better for those with a little more experience than brand new NFT traders
|No-nonsense and doesn’t fall for hype or devolve into an echo chamber
|Most level headed NFT Discord Server
|Welcoming to newcomers and willing to answer some questions
CryptoDads is a great community and one of my personal favorites. The reason that it isn’t at the top, though, and NFTs World is mostly revolves around NFTs World being more beginner-centric.
CryptoDads welcomes newbies, don’t get me wrong, but if you’re quite literally brand new then you’re going to learn a lot faster in a server like NFTs World.
CryptoDads is very level headed and not as hype as r/NFT Community and NFTs World, which is why I like the server so much, but that may not be your cup of tea so it all depends on your own preferences.
|Tool that can be used by any collector no matter which marketplace or NFT project they like
|Not the best server for beginners
|Very active with lots of great discussions
|Centered around NFTs
If you’re an NFT collector and are interested in collecting rare NFTs, then you need to join Rarity Sniper. Rarity Sniper is a Discord server centered around finding the rarest NFTs in any particular NFT project.
Of course, the rare NFTs are going to be worth more money, so if you join Rarity Sniper, you can figure out which NFTs are rare (or are going to be rare), and swipe them up before the masses learn how rare the specific NFT is.
Rarity Sniper is an invaluable tool, especially if you’re interested in NFTs as an investment and not just a collection.
7. Web3 Tribe
|Best place to discuss Web 3.0
|Requires application to join (prevents spam and bots)
|Really great place to discuss all things crypto (NFTs, Currency, etc.)
|Not for beginners and people new to NFTs / the blockchain in general
Web3 Tribe is one of the best places to discuss anything related to the blockchain, far beyond just NFTs. If you’re not sure what Web 3.0 is, I highly recommend looking into it, but it’s basically a new version of the internet as we know it, completely centered around decentralization and the blockchain.
Of course, Web 3.0 is still a work in progress, but if something like that interests you then Web3 Tribe is hands down the best Discord server to join.
If you’re only interested in NFTs, there’s still some discussions to check out in Web3 Tribe, but you may be better off in r/NFT Community or NFT World if you’re a beginner.
8. Aspen Labs
|Aspen Labs is an actual developer and more legitimate than a lot of other NFT servers
|Not great for beginners and information can be overwhelming
|Focuses on more than just NFTs so you can talk about anything Blockchain-related
|Not good if you only care about NFTs because NFTs are only a small part of the community
|Very knowledgeable community and administration
Aspen Labs gets a lot of credit from me because they actually develop decentralized apps. This is good news for us, as members, because it means the administrators actually understand the Blockchain and aren’t just cash grabbing.
If you’re interested in learning about the Blockchain far beyond NFTs, with some NFT discussions sprinkled in, then Aspen Labs is perfect (although I recommend learning some fundamentals from a server like NFTs World first).
If you want a similar server with more NFT focus, you can check out CryptoDads.
|OpenSea is the largest NFT Market so this is the best Discord for buyers and sellers
|Not super beginner friendly – there are better servers to learn the fundamentals in
|Best server for keeping up to date with NFT news and events
|Best place to advertise your own NFTs or talk about ideas
|One of the best places for intermediate questions
If you’ve been into NFTs for a while then you’ve almost undoubtedly heard about OpenSea. It is the most popular NFT marketplace so it’s not a surprise that its Discord server is also extremely popular.
Everyone that is interested in NFTs should join this server just because of how popular and how influential OpenSea is.
The news channel in this server is constantly buzzing with new NFT happenings and is one of the best ways to keep up to date with everything happening.
I also find that the discussions in OpenSea are some of the most unbiased of any other server, which I really appreciate.
There are all kinds of collectors, sellers, and traders, which makes for a fantastic mix of opinions and insight.
|Great for investors that like catching projects early in development
|For established collectors more than newbies
|Full of developers and artists
|Has featured many amazing projects including Bored Ape Yacht Club, CrypToadz and Creature World
|One of the best NFT Marketplaces comparable to OpenSea
Rarible isn’t quite as popular as OpenSea, but it comes pretty close which is why I’ve placed it right after OpenSea on this list. Being a little smaller isn’t necessarily a bad thing, though.
With OpenSea, you’re going to get drowned out very easily by experienced investors, developers, and artists.
I find that it’s much easier to have your voice heard on Rarible, so if you’re trying to get eyes on your project or find some projects to invest in and develop – you’re going to want to hop on Rarible.
In all honesty, though, if you’re an artist, collector, developer, or anything in between you should be a member and participant in both servers.
|Extremely unique project that goes far beyond NFTs
|Community is very dedicated and may not listen to any opinions that differ from their own
|Very popular project that may be the future of NFTs and blockchain
|An engaging game and community
If you haven’t heard of Decentraland yet, then you really need to check it out. It is sort of a game, but the developers have done a good job of separating themselves from being a game development team.
Instead, Decentraland is a virtual world that uses NFTs as its base. You can buy plots of land, and build on that land, all on the Blockchain.
Currency in Decentraland is also based on Ethereum, so Decentraland is truly trying to be the blockchain equivalent of real life. The project is extremely unique and has a ton of potential.
Even if you don’t plan on joining Decentraland, the virtual world, I still recommend joining the server and keeping up with it because it is defining what blockchain technology can do.
12. Galaxy Gang
|Not as popular or active as similar communities like Hangout Cafe, NFT Community, and NFTs World
|Fun and engaging community
|Not exclusively NFT-centric
|Lots of blockchain discussion – not just NFTs
Galaxy Gang is sort of a smaller version of Hangout Cafe. It’s basically a hub of all things crypto, NFT, and blockchain related.
This makes it a great place to go and hang out once you’re familiar with NFTs; however, I recommend newbies stick to the more popular servers.
The reason I recommend this is because smaller servers like Galaxy Gang may have more niche opinions, and they can be very convincing, especially when you’re still new.
Whether those opinions are correct or not isn’t relevant or important. What’s important is that you have the fundamental knowledge to determine whether or not they’re good, and you’ll get that knowledge much easier from servers like Hangout Cafe.
|Unique and fun idea for an NFT project
|Centered around the Art Stars Club NFT project so if you’re not interested in it, this doesn’t have much to offer
|Great community for artists to join
Art Stars Club is a similar server to Bored Apes Yacht Club. The main difference, of course, is that BAYC is about that NFT project, while this is about the Art Stars Club project, which is still an interesting project – just not nearly as popular as BAYC.
You can read about Art Stars Clube here and if the idea interests you, then I highly recommend joining the Discord to keep up with the project.
Even if you’re not going to invest or buy any of the NFTs, this is still a great community to join and talk to other collectors because most of the members are very cool and down to earth.
If you’re looking for a more general community, but still want to talk to NFT developers – you could always join Aspen Labs.
14. Vee Friends
|Created by Gary Vee, a very prominent figure in the NFT community
|Can be a bit too “guru”-y. I recommend only for experienced traders
|Good for all NFT discussions
Vee Friends is a great Discord server for NFT traders and collectors that already have some experience with NFTs.
If you are new it can be hard to parse what information is good and which information is there just to sell you things or when everyone is just riding a hype train to nowhere.
Once you have experience though, and understand the fundamentals of NFTs and trading enough to form your own opinions, Vee Friends can be a fantastic server for finding new and interesting projects.
It’s also one of the best Discord servers for general NFT discussion. It’s popular, but not as popular as NFTs World, so there’s going to be a lot fewer newbies and Vee Friends will have more in-depth conversations on different NFT projects.
|Very popular and one of the best NFT marketplaces
|Even though it is geared towards beginners, it does require some fundamental knowledge of NFT basics
|Centered around education and teaching brands, businesses, and artists how to enter the metaverse / NFT space
|Not really geared very much towards buyers
|Very helpful for new artists
Enter.Art is a great NFT marketplace and by far the most beginner friendly. OpenSea is the most popular, of course, but you really gotta know your stuff before you find any real benefits there.
Enter.Art will teach you pretty much everything you need to know about NFTs, creating them, selling them, etc.
I still recommend starting with a super beginner friendly Discord server like NFTs World, but once you know your stuff (maybe a month or so in), definitely hop into Enter.Art and learn some more specific details about the NFT process!
While the server is geared towards sellers and businesses, you should still join if you’re a collector because understanding how NFTs are made will give you valuable insight as a collector.
|Unique lofi / anime vibe and style that is really popular nowadays
|Not very interesting if you’re not into anime or the Azuki NFT
|One of the newer projects on this list
|Really nice and chill community
Like Foxxies, Museum, and Bored Yacht Club, Azuki is focused on a specific NFT project – in this case it is the Azuki project, which is a lofi anime project.
There have been a few anime projects but none have taken off like Azuki has, so if you like anime and the lofi aesthetic vibe, in general, then you need to check out Azuki.
What I like about this Discord server, especially compared to other project-dedicated servers, is that Azuki has a lot of discussion about things other than the Azuki project, whether it be anime, games, or other NFT projects.
The community is very nice and quite large, especially when compared to similar servers.
17. Magic Eden
|Best marketplace for Solana Coin
|Since it is a marketplace for a less popular coin, it isn’t as popular as OpenSea or Enter.Art
If you’re new or don’t know what Solana Coin is (or you’re not interested in Solana Coin), then I recommend skipping this server and coming back to it later.
You can still join it, but a lot of the chat isn’t going to be very relevant to you. Magic Eden is the marketplace for Solana Coin, so if you want to buy or sell NFTs with that specific crypto then you’re going to want to join Magic Eden.
If you have experience with NFTs already, then you can join this server and decide whether you like the projects enough to invest in Solana Coin and the Magic Eden marketplace.
Personally, I like to stick to more popular marketplaces like OpenSea, but there are pros and cons when it comes to choosing niche marketplaces over the most mainstream ones.
|Very wholesome community with some focus on mental health
|Harder to join since invites are disabled
|Great for beginners and experienced collectors
|Some focus on selling their own NFTs
Hollow is a fairly popular community, but not nearly as popular as NFTs World or Hangout Cafe. Still, there are plenty of members to chat with and discuss NFTs.
Hollow has their own NFT, though, so a lot of the discussion will be based around that. I only really recommend this server to experienced NFT collectors that enjoy the entire vibe of the server.
Otherwise, you’ll probably find yourself a bit in over your head. Don’t get me wrong, the server is friendly and will answer any of your questions – it’s just that there are servers geared towards new collectors that will give you a much better understanding of the fundamentals.
|Popular with an active community
|Need to buy Foxxies NFT to really enjoy the server
|Server is very friendly and a great place to learn
|Not for beginners or new collectors unless they want to invest in Foxxies NFT
|Dedicated developers and moderators
Foxxies is another server like Hollow. It is an up and coming NFT that has gained some traction and popularity.
It’s not nearly as popular as a server like Bored Apes Yacht Club, though, so you won’t find many general NFT discussions or newbie help threads.
Instead, you’re going to find discussions about the Foxxies NFT and other NFTs that compare to this one. This is nice if you’re already invested in NFTs and know what you’re doing.
If you’re a beginner though, I’d recommend staying away from Discord servers that are dedicated to specific NFTs because you’re going to get a lot of biased opinions and people trying to persuade you more than teach you.
|One of the best places for NFT creators or those interested in creating them
|Server is focused on the Museum NFT project, not just general NFT discussion
|Very elegant style and professional community
|Art looks great and more like traditional art than most NFTs
We’ve covered a few servers like this one. They’re servers that are dedicated to a specific NFT project, not just NFTs in general, so to get the most out of them you really have to be interested in the project.
This is why I’ve put most of these servers toward the bottom and have saved the top of the list for beginner friendly and NFT / Blockchain discussion servers like Hangout Cafe and NFTs World.
So with that being said, Museum is one of my personal favorite NFT projects because it has a real “classic art” feel and the developers have made it clear that they want to celebrate the history of art more than anything.
That alone gives this project a unique and refreshing allure that makes this server great to hang out in even if you’re not invested in the NFT project itself.
|NFT project is determined by polls and user input so by joining you get a say in the direction of Doodles
|Not going to be useful if you’re not interested in the Doodles NFT project
|Great example and inspiration for those that want to build their own NFT project, brand, and community
Doodles is truly one of the most unique NFT projects and communities out there. I absolutely love the Doodles community because everyone is so invested and so welcoming to new members.
Most NFT developers have roadmaps that are created by developers, however Doodles takes a different approach that really makes it stand out.
They give the reins over to their community and host polls / votes that decide the direction of the project. If this interests you, then hop into the Doodles server.
If it doesn’t interest you particularly, but you want to make your own NFT project someday, then Doodles is still worth studying because they’ve taken a vastly different approach to the market and it has paid off very well for them.
|Best server for discussing DeFi, NFTs, and how they mix
|Not the best place for beginners to hang out because some concepts are more advanced and beyond basic NFTs
|Still small so hasn’t been overrun by “casuals”
|Some members in the server wants to change their mind so it can be an echo chamber / really biased at points
|Great for buyers and people that like talking about the future and theory crafting
DeFi is Decentralized finance and extremely relevant to NFTs. NFTverse believes that DeFi and NFTs go hand in hand and they may honestly be right.
Whether you believe that or not (or you just want to learn more about it), you should join NFTverse just to see the discussion.
Keep in mind, though, that the server believes in DeFi, so if you disagree you may be hard pressed to find a real conversation about the topic.
Don’t get me wrong, many members in the server are very intelligent and they’re open to conversations, debates, and differing opinions – but servers like this attract a stubborn crowd so you’ve been warned!
23. Okay Bears
|One of the most laid back servers that are dedicated to a specific project
|The NFTs look a lot like BAYC
|Newer project with some traction so it is exciting
|Solana isn’t extremely popular
If you take a look at the Okay Bears NFT project then you’ll notice the NFTs look a lot similar to Bored Ape Yacht Club.
This isn’t necessarily a bad thing since BAYC is one of the most successful NFT projects to date. The Bear theme is especially alluring nowadays since many investors speculate we’re in a bear market, so it’s extremely relevant (and will be for quite some time.)
Even if you’re not particularly interested in Okay Bears or Solana, you can still find some chill chats in this server, and I don’t see anything wrong with keeping tabs on popular projects – especially ones with as much potential as Okay Bears has.
|First project to incorporate an actual game into the NFTs
|Not much discussion beyond just Dribblie
|Friendly community and popular Discord Server
I highly recommend taking a look at the Dribblie NFT project because it’s one of the most unique projects to date. Dribblie has a “play to earn” model that lets users play football / soccer and earn NFTs for it.
Now I will say, it’s a little too good to be true, of course, and projects like this depend on the project being successful.
However, I’m throwing Dribblie on here because the idea of the project is so interesting, unique, and will likely inspire countless projects in the future.
If you’re interested in NFTs then this is a great server to check out, even if you’re not completely sold on investing your money in Dribblie.
|Doesn’t take itself too seriously like some other NFT projects
|Not as beginner friendly as a server like NFTs World
|Great community and plenty of engaging discussions that aren’t about CrypToadz
|The style of humor and meming isn’t for everyone
|Great place for new collectors to join and learn from other collectors
CrypToadz is a super popular NFT project, so I had to include its Discord server on this list. Unlike some of the other Discord servers dedicated to specific projects, though, CrypToadz actually has a ton of discussions about things far beyond just CrypToadz.
You can join the server and just talk casually about pretty much anything you want. Of course, if you want to learn about NFTs, then you can ask about them and members will be more than happy to help you out.
For new collectors, I recommend joining CrypToadz and another server dedicated to learning (NFT World or r/NFT Community.)
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