Three roles collaborate in the Status Community administration and maintenance tasks: Owner, TokenMaster and Admin.
Users who create a community in Status receive the Owner role automatically. Community Owners can designate other users as TokenMasters or Admins.
As a community Owner, you don't have to appoint TokenMasters and Admins, but they can be helpful if you're managing a large community or event. For example, Admins can help moderate the community and TokenMasters can create tokens and set permissions.
You can see the differences between the three management roles below. To learn more about all roles, including those of regular members, check out Permissions by role in Status Communities.
|Number in community
|Only one, inherent
|All actions, except managing TokenMaster tokens
|Limited control, including moderation and membership approval
|Create, mint, remote-destruct and airdrop all tokens
|Create, mint, remote-destruct and airdrop all tokens, except TokenMaster tokens
|Can administer members, Admin roles, permissions and tokens, except TokenMaster tokens
|Can administer community members
|Kick or ban members
|All members, including the TokenMaster
|Admins and community members