Slack and Telegram Having a long term approach, by putting yourself out there and staying engaged with your community cannot be stressed enough. Slack and Telegram have become the default way for organizations in the crypto/blockchain space to stay relevant and connect to their supporters, users, and developers. People have to feel like they know who you are, and you are accessible to them. The most successful token offerings, and platforms all have a maniacal focus on their communities, and realize that the value of their network is an intrinsic element of their sustainability.
A Whitepaper details specifically how you propose your technology will actually work. These documents typically have very detailed architectures, unique scripts, user flows, a go to market strategy, a value proposition, and more detail about your growing team and advisors. Many have token distribution terms, and a usage of funds description that will tell supporters how you propose to go about your endeavor. It’s not so much a prospectus in the traditional sense, but it acts very much like one. Most of the sophisticated crypto supporters will not even consider you if you do not have this in place, and properly structured. Technologists and developers will not take you seriously if you are not proposing something that warrants a token or the underlying technology is fluff, so take your time in presenting your best ideas and your process in your whitepaper.