Bitget, a top crypto derivatives and copy trading platform, has become the first crypto exchange to support an EVM-compatible address. This new feature allows users to use a single address for multiple blockchains, providing a seamless trading experience. Users can trade and store assets with one EVM-Compatible Address through multiple chains on the Bitget platform.
The EVM address feature combines blockchain networks, including Ethereum, Polygon, Binance Smart Chain, Arbitrum One, Optimism, and other chains in Ethereum’s layer 2 ecosystem. By adding an EVM address to their accounts, users can withdraw directly to the EVM address, bypassing intermediary features like bridges and platform hopping.
The demand for addresses that correspond to multiple blockchain networks is increasing as major public chains and wallets continue to evolve. Bitget, as the first exchange to support EVM addresses, is focused on continuously enhancing the user experience and simplifying trading operations. This feature eliminates the need for users to search for matching networks and spend time identifying withdrawal addresses’ characteristics.
In addition, Bitget has officially released passwordless withdrawals, further streamlining the trading process. By saving users the time spent inputting passwords and receiving confirmation messages, Bitget aims to drastically reduce the effort needed for basic operations.
The Managing Director of Bitget, Gracy Chen, stated that the goal is to simplify the trading experience for users and remove associated challenges in the blockchain space. Bitget’s mission is to inspire individuals to embrace crypto with simple yet powerful tools.
Established in 2018, Bitget is the world’s leading cryptocurrency exchange that offers Copy Trading services as one of its key features. With over 8 million users in more than 100 countries and regions, Bitget provides a secure, one-stop trading solution. Bitget has collaborated with credible partners, including legendary Argentinian footballer Lionel Messi, the leading Italian football team Juventus, and official eSports events organizer PGL.