BitKeep Wallet Rebrands as Bitget Wallet, Surpasses 10 Million Users and $8 Billion in Transactions

Since announcing its brand upgrade to Bitget Wallet in Apr, the Web3 multi-chain wallet, BitKeep, has experienced a surge in its user base, surpassing 10 million global users. The on-chain transaction feature of BitKeep, BitKeep Swap, has also surpassed 1 million users, with a total transaction value exceeding $8 billion USD.

With the rebranding, Bitget Wallet has shifted its product positioning from “discovering popular assets” to “faster transactions, better assets.” This change aims to better serve the on-chain transaction needs of Web3 users and to commit to becoming a future Web3 user.

As previously reported, Bitget, a cryptocurrency exchange, invested an additional $30 million in BitKeep Wallet, valuing the company at $300 million. BitKeep has undergone a complete brand refresh and will soon be known as Bitget Wallet. However, BitKeep will continue to operate independently.

BitKeep’s success can be attributed to its dedication to providing users with a secure and reliable tool for managing their digital assets. The platform employs advanced technologies such as multi-factor authentication, cold storage, and encryption to ensure the security of user funds. Additionally, the exchange has a team of experienced coders and security specialists who work tirelessly to maintain the platform security and ensure users are safe from potential threats.

About BitKeep

BitKeep is a decentralized multi-chain digital wallet that provides an all-in-one solution for a comprehensive portfolio of services, including an integrated NFT Marketplace, wallet function, swap services, DApp Browser, and Launchpad. It offers reliable and secure asset management and trading services to more than 9.5 million users worldwide, covering 168 countries in North America, Europe, and Asia, and is the top-rated wallet on Google Play globally, surpassing Metamask. BitKeep currently supports over 255,400 types of cryptocurrencies across over 90 chains, including major ones such as Bitcoin, Ethereum, Polygon, BNB Chain, Fantom, and Solana.

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