Crypto exchange Bitget is expanding with Arabic language support in the Middle East and North Africa. The MENA region, comprising 21 countries, is a vital economic hub. Bitget aims for grassroots adoption by offering native lingual support for Fiat gateways in seven currencies.
On November 23, Bitget announced Arabic language support for over 11 countries in the MENA region. Managing Director Gracy Chen expressed enthusiasm, stating the move aligns with their vision for dynamic growth in the crypto industry.
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Furthermore, Bitget users in the Middle East can now access comprehensive support in their native language for services like futures, P2P, Bitget Earn, and copy trading. The platform promises a seamless experience with zero fees for buying and selling crypto through its P2P platform.
Despite the positive strides, Bitget acknowledged the need to navigate the regulatory landscape in the region. While not confirming legal status, the exchange is “exploring license applications” for Middle East markets. It aims to establish regional offices with proper licenses and regulatory approval.
Moreover, Bitget’s recent acquisition of a Virtual Asset Service Provider (VASP) license in Poland and similar registration status in Lithuania underscores its commitment to compliance. The exchange continues to explore opportunities for growth and expansion, driven by user demands and preferences in the MENA region.
Bitget Boosts MENA Presence with Arabic Support
Introducing Arabic language support aligns with its strategy to cater to local users, providing easy access for those interested in learning and thriving in crypto. As the crypto industry continues to evolve, Bitget’s proactive approach to meeting user needs positions it for success in the competitive Middle Eastern and North African markets.