TradingView integrates with crypto exchange Bitget

Professional charting and trading platform TradingView has integrated Singapore-based cryptocurrency derivatives exchange Bitget as the latest digital asset partner.

TradingView announced the addition of the first-ever crypto exchange to its trading board back in 2018 when it signed Poloniex.

Bitget traders will be able to conduct top-tier technical analysis using TradingView’s charting package. The integration will also further expand the usability of the crypto exchange’s service, offering users the chance to trade available instruments and make more informed decisions without leaving the TradingView interface.

The Singaporean centralized platform, which debuted in 2018, is a diverse crypto exchange that supports spot and futures trading, copy trading, farming and staking services.

Bitget also acts as Juventus official partner and official cryptocurrency exchange partner, and its first-ever sleeve partner. The cryptocurrency derivatives exchange reportedly has 1.6 million registered users in 48 countries and regions including UK, France, Italy, South Korea, Japan, and Russia.

“Bitget is proud to be chosen for this integration among a select few players in the industry. We anticipate improved user experience and deeper insights from this partnership. We’re pleased to collaborate with TradingView, a leading global financial platform, to integrate our offerings into the advanced and booming ecosystem. This integration will grant millions of users access to Bitget’s services using their TradingView accounts, making it easier for more traders to transition to the Web3 world,” Gracy Chen, Managing Director of Bitget, commented on the partnership.

Bitget made headlines in October when it signed the world-renowned soccer player Lionel Messi to become its brand ambassador. Part of his responsibilities is to further introduce Bitget to users, brands, and to organizations worldwide.

The announcement kicked off the engagement between Bitget and Messi, the winner of a record-breaking seven Ballon d’Or Awards, with a film production a month before the Football World Cup tournament. Before the recent downturn, many celebrities have already become the faces of crypto firms over the last two years as space grows.

Through this partnership, Bitget gives Messi fans the opportunity to explore Web 3.0 and the potential of trading crypto. There is also a shared understanding that the partnership will allow both parties to commit to more efforts, extending beyond cryptocurrency and football.

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