- Bitget launched a dedicated website for Turkish users on Monday.
- Bitget Turkey features a Fiat Gateway that allows using TRY to trade.
- TokenInsight named it among the top 4 centralised exchanged in Q1.
Bitget continues to execute on its commitment to expand globally. On Monday, the crypto exchange formally entered Turkey with a dedicated website – Bitget TR.
Turkey is a fast-growing crypto market
Its new website aims at offering localized services to the crypto enthusiasts in Turkey. The transcontinental country is rapidly growing in terms of crypto adoption.
The launch of Bitget TR enables us to provide localized, convenient, and compliant crypto services to users in Turkey.
Last month, Bitget had successfully registered as a Virtual Asset Service Provider (VASP) in Poland (read more). TokenInsight names it among the top four centralised exchanges in the first quarter of 2023.
Bitget now has a team of 1,300 across more than 60 countries and regions.
Bitget TR comes with a Fiat Gateway
More importantly, Bitget Turkey features a Fiat Gateway as well that enables local users to use TRY – the Turkish Lira to trade on the website.
The user-friendly platform allows Turkish users to easily make deposits or withdraw funds in their local currency. Gracy Chen, the Managing Director of Bitget said in a press release today:
We will continue to gain trust and recognition with the launch of more localized services in collaboration with local partners.
Bitget that has the legendary Lionel Messi as a partner continues to expand its footprint at a time when peers Binance and Coinbase are facing intense scrutiny from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
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