Bitget Launches Arabic lingual support for over eleven Middle Eastern and North African countries

Bitget Adds Arabic Language Support to its Platform


The world’s leading cryptocurrency exchange and Web3 provider, Bitget, has expanded its mobile app and website to include Arabic language support. This move makes the platform accessible to users from over eleven Middle Eastern and North African nations.

Improved Access to Arabic-Speaking Audiences

By adding Arabic language support, Bitget aims to make it easier for users in the Middle East and North Africa to navigate and engage with the platform. This initiative is aligned with Bitget’s support for Fiat gateways for seven different currencies in the region, including dinars, riyals, and ouguiyas.

Focus on Middle East Expansion

Bitget’s Managing Director, Gracy Chen, stated that the platform’s expansion plans are now focused on building user-centric products for the Middle East and North Africa. Bitget is committed to meeting the demands of its users and providing accessible features tailored to their preferences.

Enhanced Trading Options for Middle Eastern Users

Bitget users in the Middle East can now trade cryptocurrencies in more than 12 regional currencies and access more than 590 tokens. The platform also offers P2P, Earn, Futures, Copy-trading, and other features in multiple languages, aiming to provide a seamless trading experience for users.

Regulatory Expansion and Growth

Bitget is actively seeking licenses to operate in the Middle Eastern markets, recognizing the importance of regulatory clearance for its expansion. The company has recently expanded its operations internationally and is focused on promoting widespread usage of cryptocurrencies.

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