The largest cryptocurrency exchange WhiteBIT attended the European Blockchain Convention, which was held from February 15 to 17 in Barcelona. WhiteBIT shared expert knowledge and explained why market making is the key to restoring the crypto market.
Every year, thousands of industry representatives attend the European Blockchain Convention to find new ideas, discuss the current state of the market, and exchange experiences. This is already the 6th event in the history of the convention, which this year was attended by more than 2500 guests, of which more than 200 were speakers. Ukraine was represented at the conference by the largest cryptocurrency exchange in Europe – WhiteBIT. The company confidently sets the level in the field of blockchain and shares its experience at conferences of this magnitude.
In her speech, WhiteBIT talked about market making, its goals and explained why creating liquidity helps to support the crypto market and can contribute to its growth. In addition, the company spoke about the exchange and its ecosystem of products, which includes: a crypto-processing platform (Whitepay), a decentralized exchange (WhiteSwap), physical cards with cryptocurrency (WhiteEX), online crypto media (Gagarin News), an educational and entertainment show about cryptocurrency (Gagarin Show) and a P2P marketplace for trading skins for CS:GO (WhiteMarket).
Together, the ecosystem products cover various applications of blockchain technologies and provide comfortable access to their capabilities.
whitebit is the largest European centralized crypto exchange originally from Ukraine, founded in 2018. In 2022, WhiteBIT launched a large number of large-scale international projects, expanding the crypto community around the world. Among them is a collaboration with the Ministry of Digital Development, the National Football Team of Ukraine. As well as its own token – WhiteBIT Token (WBT), which allows its owners to enjoy reduced trading fees and receive benefits for using the services of the exchange. Today the company employs more than 700 specialists.