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Telegram groups or Discord channels provide a place for everyone interested or invested in the project to meet and chat directly with the team.
You're able to ask questions and get nearly instant feedback.
It's also a perfect place to catch the current vibe around the project.
You could also read up the chat history to see how things have been in the recent or distant past as well as the pinned message(s) to catch up on the happenings.
If up to this stage, there's still something about the project that's not clear to you, then it's probably time to ask an admin in the group.
A professional, responsible, and responsive community admins are what I want to see in a project's Telegram group.
Most projects with rude, lousy, and careless admins are scam or money losers or at best, extraordinarily risky.
However, note that one hour in a Telegram group is not enough for you to get sufficient information about the current mood and sentiment of the market around the project. But it will give you a general idea.
The reason is that these groups are filled with trolls, paid shills, cry babies, scammers, free money seekers, and all manner of wrong information flying around.
Take it all with a grain of salt and follow the information that's backed by fact, not how some random humanoid or botnoid post in the group.
Take your time and ask your own questions and get satisfactory responses from the admins before making any judgement. Because a lot of right things can "look" wrong, and a lot of wrong things can look right.
If you're still in doubt or need more information (which I usually do) then check Twitter.