Whalepool Bitcoin traders on Teamspeak

Teamspeak is the root of the tree that is Whalepool. Chat on voice with traders from all around the world. 24/7 price discussion (When price isn't sideways!). Get to know people personally. Who trades good? Who's your contrarian indicator? Who just got rekt?

Step 1: Download Teamspeak

Download Teamspeak

Download the correct Teamspeak for your pc/mobile device.

Download Teamspeak

Step 2: Configure & Connect

Connect to: ts.whalepool.io

Open teamspeak and in the top left go to "Connections" -> "Connect".

There, in the server address
Connect to: ts.whalepool.io or

Enter a nick name and press "Connect"


Disable annoying sounds (optional)

Open teamspeak and in the top menu to go "Self" -> "Sound pack" and then "Sounds deactivated" to disable the annoying sounds.

Disable Sounds

Step 3: Setup your Mic/Speakers

Audio chat groups have a problem with people talking over each other and feedback being generated by not wearing headsets or setting up microphone properly. Please use this section to help provide you and everyone with the optimal Teamspeak experience.

Along the top go to "Settings" -> "Options". This opens the options window.

On the left hand side, you can go to "Capture" and "Playback" and test your speakers and mic are working properly.

Setup your Teamspeak playback settings shown in the image below

Playback Settings

Setup your Teamspeak capture settings shown in the image below

Capture Settings

Step 4: Windows Microphone level adjustment

To ensure the best possible sound quality in TeamSpeak chatrooms please follow these simple steps for Microphone level adjustment.

1. Right click on "Speaker icon" in system tray and select "Recording devices"

Speaker Icon

2. Among the visible sound devices right click "Microphone" and select "Properties".

Mic Properties

3. In Microphone Properties select tab "Levels". Adjust "Microphone" to between 80 and 90 setting.

4. Decrease "Microphone Boost" to 0.

(You will adjust later if the testing in TeamSpeak results in volume being too low)

Level Adjust

5. Test your mic in TeamSpeak and ask the members in the chatroom how it sounds and if they hear any background noise (your best reference is the noise level, when its minimal or none you are very close to your optimal setting.

6. If the volume is too low, adjust "Microphone Boost" to +10 dB and test again. Repeat the process until it is set to appropriate level.

In case you have questions consult Yerb (Community Sound Engineer) about it.

Thank you, whalepool community.