Bitget's aggressive plan to expand beyond derivatives in a bear market

Bitget, a centralized crypto exchange, has been making huge strides while everyone is scaling dow in the bear market. The platform started to gain its popularity with their one-click copy trading function and invited well-known traders to use the feature, allowing users to track their portfolio operations and follow their moves in one click. Bitget has then partnered with world-class footballers, such as Lionel Messi, Juventus F.C. and more to merge the sports communities into Web3. Furthermore, Bitget recently announced a $30 million investment in multi-chain wallet BitKeep to obtain a controlling stake as their big move in connecting CeFi and DeFi. We talked to Bitget's Managing Director, Gracy Chen, to find out Bitget's next plan.

  1. Bitget has traditionally been known for its derivatives offerings. What specific products or services is Bitget planning to launch in the near future, and how do they fit into the company's overall strategy?

Bitget is going beyond derivatives to expand its product offerings, creating a one-stop crypto investment solution for its users.

  • Bitget is actively expanding the variety of digital assets in its spot market. In the first 2 months of 2023, the platform listed over 50 promising blockchain projects. Up to date, Bitget has supported over 600 coins with over 670 trading pairs. And among all the top 10 spot trading platforms on Coinmarketcap, Bitget ranks 2nd in terms of the number of coins listed.
  • Bitget constantly introduces different Tradin