Another major crypto exchange has introduced mandatory verification
Crypto exchange Bitget has introduced mandatory verification for new users
The cryptocurrency exchange has taken measures to create a safe environment for cryptocurrency trading
Crypto exchange Bitget will introduce mandatory first-level verification for new users from September 1, 2023, according to the company's blog.
This decision was made in order to "comply with regulatory requirements in the global cryptocurrency sector and to form a safe environment for cryptocurrency trading," explained representatives of the site.
Users who registered before September 1 of this year, must pass the first-level verification until October 1, 2023. If they fail to do so, they will only be able to withdraw funds and cancel trading positions.
Bitget's measures to tighten verification are related to the fact that the exchange is looking to expand its global presence. In April this year, the company created a $100 million global venture fund to develop crypto projects in the Asian region.
In July, Bitget launched lending products aimed at users who are interested in alternative ways to finance with digital assets.
Bitget is a major crypto exchange. Daily trading volume on the platform as of Aug. 21 is $302.7 million, according to Coingecko.
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