Bitget upgrades Broker Program for retail brokers wanting in on crypto

Rick Steves

The Bitget platform also provides technical features with low latency, customized rate limits, spot margin trading API, secure API key solution for fully disclosed brokers, and P2P transaction API.

Bitget has upgraded its Broker Program to provide additional benefits and support for brokers, who will now have access to deeper liquidity and enhanced trading experience for their users.

The enhanced program delivers a robust suite of features and incentives to empower brokers and better serve users. As part of the comprehensive support, Biget will provide a dedicated account manager, 24/7 technical support, and automated notifications to promptly resolve any issues.

Secure API key solution for fully disclosed brokers, spot margin trading and P2P trading APIs

The upgraded Broker Program includes access to detailed performance data and insights, including commission data, direct referral data, and partner performance.

The Bitget platform also provides technical features with low latency, customized rate limits, spot margin trading API, secure API key solution for fully disclosed brokers, and P2P transaction API.

In addition, a user-friendly KYC journey for onboarding and diverse promotional opportunities such as lucky draws, trading competitions, and marketing promotions, are part of the Bitget experience.

“Empowering brokers and their users with an incredibly seamless trading experience”

Gracy Chen, Managing Director of Bitget, said: “As a leading crypto exchange, Bitget is always improving to better support our community. We aim to build an ecosystem and one-stop platform that benefits all members by continuously enhancing services to drive wider crypto adoption, empowering brokers and their users with an incredibly seamless trading experience. ”

The firm believes the upgraded Bitget Broker Program opens up new opportunities for collaborations in an environment of boundless support for brokers.

Bitget specialized in crypto derivatives trading and operates one of the most popular Copy Trading services in the crypto space. The crypto firm founded in 2018 sponsors big names in sports, including legendary Argentinian footballer Lionel Messi and the leading Italian football team Juventus.

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