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Bitget Broker Program: What You Need to Know About It



Bitget Broker Program: What You Need to Know About It

Bitget, one of the leading cryptocurrency derivatives platforms, has recently announced a major update to its broker program. The program, which was launched in 2020, aims to empower brokers and traders with more tools and incentives to grow their businesses and income.

According to Bitget’s official website, the broker program has three main features: a rebate system, a referral system, and a sub-account system. The rebate system allows brokers to earn commissions from their clients’ trading fees, ranging from 30% to 80% depending on the level of the broker. 

The referral system enables brokers to invite other users to join Bitget and earn additional commissions from their referrals’ trading fees. The sub-account system allows brokers to create and manage multiple sub-accounts for their clients, with different risk settings and trading strategies.

The Upgrade Aims to Facilitate Trading

Bitget Broker Program

Bitget claims that its broker program is one of the most competitive and lucrative in the industry, with over 100,000 brokers and 3 million users worldwide. The platform also boasts a robust security system, a user-friendly interface, a wide range of trading products, and a global presence.

Bitget’s CEO Sandra Lou said: 

“We are very excited to launch this update to our broker program, which reflects our commitment to providing our brokers and users with the best service and experience possible. We believe that our broker program is a win-win solution for both Bitget and our partners, as it creates a mutually beneficial ecosystem that fosters growth and innovation in the cryptocurrency derivatives market.”

Bitget is a Singapore-based cryptocurrency derivatives platform that was founded in 2018. It offers various trading products, such as spot trading, futures trading, margin trading, and options trading. Also supports over 100 cryptocurrencies and 10 fiat currencies. 

It is regulated by multiple authorities, such as the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS), the Australian Transaction Reports and Analysis Centre (AUSTRAC), and the Canadian Securities Administrators (CSA).