How to Stay Safe on Discord

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Discord is an online communication and digital content platform that has become popular in the Web3 community. As Discord's popularity increases, the chances of bad actors looking for a way to take advantage of users is more likely. 

RECUR is committed to the safety of our users and our community, so we want to make sure you have the best information to stay safe in the space.

All RECUR Team members can be identified with a RECUR Logo

Our Community team will be identifiable by a RECUR portal next to their name. We will never DM you. If anyone DMs you claiming to be a member of our team, please report to our server's  Report-Spam 

RECUR Support tickets are managed through our Support team

Our Support team will not contact you through Discord. Our communications are conducted via email from the address

RECUR will never ask you to send crypto or NFTS

If someone on the server asks you for this information, please report them immediately to an RECUR team member. Additionally, we will not ask you to connect your wallet. The only exception to this rule is when you link your wallet to your RECUR account. You can read more information about the Wallet Intergration.

RECUR highly recommends you turn off DMs from server members to avoid being scammed or sent malicious links.

You can do this by right-clicking on the server name (or long-hold on mobile), going to Privacy Settings (Other Settings on mobile), and unselecting “Allow DMs from server members”. 


Enable 2FA

While this is not a requirement, you may consider enabling the two factor authenticator. This adds an additional level of protection to your Discord account. To enable 2FA, navigate to your User Settings by clicking the cog next to your username.



You will often hear DYOR "Do your own research" in Web3. While we can provide resources to stay safe, you must practice your own due diligence in what you click on or connect with. If it seems too good to be true, it more than likely is.