Bitget strengthens its foothold in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) by introducing Arabic lingual support. The crypto exchange aims to cater to the linguistic preferences of users in over 11 countries, facilitating easy access to a range of services, including futures, P2P, Bitget Earn, and copy trading. While promising a seamless experience, Bitget is navigating the regulatory landscape and exploring license applications for operations in the MENA region.
Bitget, a prominent crypto exchange, has strategically expanded its influence in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region by introducing Arabic lingual support. The move is part of the exchange’s vision to foster grassroots adoption in a region comprising approximately 21 countries, recognized as a significant global economic contributor.
Gracy Chen, Bitget’s Managing Director, expressed enthusiasm about the new feature, emphasizing its role in promoting dynamic growth in the crypto industry. With a focus on user demands, Bitget aims to provide a user-centric experience, offering support for Fiat gateways involving seven currencies, including Dinars, Riyals, and Ouguiyas.