Bitget Embraces The Middle East And North Africa With Arabic Language Support
By accommodating the Arabic language, Bitget aims to bridge communication gaps and simplify the learning process for users in the MENA region.
By Anna B Kiwanuka
Bitget has introduced Arabic language support on its mobile app and website, extending accessibility to over eleven countries across the Middle East and North Africa. This move aims to cater to Arabic-speaking users, offering them a smoother experience in trading cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin.
By accommodating the Arabic language, Bitget aims to bridge communication gaps and simplify the learning process for users in the MENA region. This aligns with Bitget’s efforts to support fiat gateways for seven different currencies in the Middle East, including dinars, riyals, and ouguiyas. The platform’s rapid growth has prompted plans to further expand its presence in the Middle East.
Gracy Chen, Managing Director at Bitget, highlighted the significance of this expansion: “Our focus on the Middle East and North Africa involves tailoring user-centric products for the region. We are attuned to our user’s needs and are delivering features based on their preferences. The Arabic language Bitget App aims to facilitate easy access for individuals keen on learning and thriving in the crypto space.”
Bitget now enables users to trade cryptocurrencies across more than 12 Middle Eastern currencies and access over 590 tokens. The platform’s diverse features like P2P, Earn, Futures, and Copy-trading are also available in multiple languages to support a wider user base.
Notably, Bitget offers free costs for buying and selling cryptocurrencies using Bitget P2P, prioritizing a seamless trading experience for its Middle Eastern customers. To further its presence, Bitget is exploring obtaining licenses to operate in the targeted Middle Eastern markets. Securing necessary permits and regulatory clearance remains pivotal for the company’s expansion plans and establishment of regional branches.
In recent strides, Bitget has extended its international reach by becoming a registered VASP in Poland and a comparable cryptocurrency entity in Lithuania. This expanded strategy in the Middle East echoes Bitget’s broader objective of promoting widespread cryptocurrency adoption.