Bitget Announces Presence At The Web Summit Qatar

Bitget Announces Presence At The Web Summit Qatar

Popular cryptocurrency exchange and Web3 company Bitget announced today that it would be gracing the Web Summit Qatar, a premier tech event in Doha from February 26th to February 29th, 2024.

With an anticipated audience of 7500 attendees, the summit aims to discuss the future of finance and energy dynamics, drawing industry leaders, investors, and influencers.

The event, which follows the resounding success of Web Summit Lisbon in 2023, promises to explore a wide array of topics, from the future of finance to the evolving dynamics of global energy markets. With over 70,000 attendees expected, including industry professionals, investors, and influencers, Web Summit Qatar aims to foster meaningful discussions and connections across 12 content tracks.

Gracy Chen to Lead Two On-Stage Discussions

Gracy Chen, Bitget’s Managing Director, will take the stage at the event while representing Bitget as a guest speaker, reflecting on the implications of Bitcoin’s future halving on investment strategies and Bitget’s strategic positioning. She’ll engage in discussions alongside representatives from Dfinity, Animoca Brands, Fortune, and Delta Blockchain Fund, exploring topics ranging from crypto market dynamics to the role of blockchain in women’s empowerment.

Under Gracy’s leadership since April 2022, Bitget has experienced exponential growth, boasting a user base exceeding 20 million across 100+ countries. This surge has solidified Bitget’s standing as a leader in spot, derivatives, and copy trading.

Web Summit Qatar will provide a platform for collaboration and networking at the Doha Exhibition and Convention Center, drawing attention from across the globe.

Web Summit Qatar’s lineup features speakers from renowned companies like TikTok, Meta, Roku, Shell, and HSBC, highlighting the event’s interdisciplinary nature. The summit, held at the Doha Exhibition and Convention Center, serves as a nexus for professionals across tech, finance, media, and politics to explore how technological advancements are reshaping the MENA region.

With support from global corporate innovators such as Microsoft, Meta, Huawei, and Deloitte, alongside governmental backing from Qatar, Turkiye, Bahrain, Portugal, Tunisia, and Oman, Web Summit Qatar underscores the region’s evolving tech landscape.

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