Bitget To Double Its Workforce Despite Falling Market
Leading global digital-asset trading platform Bitget is slated to double its workforce to reach 1,000 headcounts in the next six months despite the current market downturn.
Since the beginning of the second quarter of 2022, the overall crypto market has been on a downward trend, which cut short a lot of projects and initiatives that were ongoing in the space. Amidst the volatility of the market, negative market sentiments also led to headcount reductions in various global crypto operators.
Such market sentiments have not deterred Bitget from enhancing its offerings, and ensuring the rapidly increasing needs from users are met. In the beginning of 2021, Bitget had a small team of 150, and has since achieved a threefold increase in mid 2022. To cater to a burgeoning growth, Bitget will be accelerating its hiring plan to pave way for the new developments to come. Managing Director of Bitget, Gracy Chen commented:
“With presence in over 50 countries around the world, Bitget has also been growing at an unprecedented pace. Earlier this year, we announced our derivatives trading volume had reached an all-time high of $8.69 billion in March 2022. In the last 12 months, our trading volume grew by over 10 times, a notable achievement unlocked, moreover, our user base also grew significantly to two million users worldwide.”
Moving forward, Bitget aims to expand its global workforce, mostly in the product development and customer service fields. As a global crypto operator, it is essential for periodical updates to ensure the platform is operating smoothly and most importantly, compliant and safe from hackers and viruses.
The Bitget exchange was founded in 2018 and is one of the global leading crypto exchanges. Bitget currently serves over two million users in over 50 countries around the world. Since the official launch of Bitget, the platform has grown to become one of the largest copy trading and derivatives trading exchanges in the world and one of the top 5 exchanges in terms of derivatives trading volume according to CoinMarketCap and CoinGecko
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