Leading crypto derivatives exchange, Bitget has partnered Bitkeep, a decentralized multi-chain crypto wallet. Bitkeep announced the partnership in its Monday Twitter post. According to the announcement, the partnership will enable Bitget to enjoy the support of Bitkeep for its futures dApps.
Occasioned by the partnership, Bitkeep has decided to list the DApp of the derivative exchange, identified as DApp.Bitget on its platform. Currently, the platform supports about 35 futures trading pairs. These pairs include BTC, USDT, ETH and many more. This thus enables its users to conveniently and efficiently engage in futures trading.
Notably, despite the worsening market conditions, Bitget has been unrelenting in expanding its base and improving its offerings. Barely a few days ago, the exchange announced its registration in Seychelles to aid global expansion. As reported, the new registration manifested in line with the 2016 international business companies act of Seychelles. As of press time, it has secured numerous hubs in strategic markets, particularly in Asia. Bitget aims to strengthen its global presence by establishing more regional hubs in Europe and Africa.
Over time, Bitget has continued to initiate numerous initiatives towards maintaining the confidence and trust of its users within the sphere. Recently, it unveiled its USD 5 million builders’ fund and also increased the size of the protection fund to USD 300 million. More so, the exchange aims to accelerate its hiring plans, particularly at a time in which other crypto firms are laying off their workers due to the market turmoil.
Bitget and it’s growing relationship with the footballing world
In October, the crypto exchange collaborated with football star, Lionel Messi to foster web3 and crypto initiatives. Notably, this partnership by Bitget manifested as part of its commitment to supporting sporting excellence. Interestingly, this deal brings into limelight the growing relationship between crypto sphere and the footballing world.
An extract of the announcement reads; “If you’re a Lionel Messi fan, look out for exciting opportunities on Bitget coming your way. One of them will be the King’s Cup Global Invitational 2022: Football Edition, happening from November 21 to December 19, where you can win prizes of up to 100 BTC.”
Meanwhile, beyond Messi, Bitget has also engaged in partnerships with other actors within the footballing world. Before engaging Messi, it first collaborated with Italian giant, Juventus. The exchange also partnered with Galatasary FC in Turkey. Worth noting that this thus highlight the continuous bond surfacing between Bitget and footballing clubs and players. These, partnerships, according to the exchange, emerged, to expand the reach of its offerings beyond the crypto sphere.