Bitget Wallet (Previously BitKeep) & Arbitrum

The decentralized multi-chain wallet Bitget Wallet (Previously BitKeep) now supports the Arbitrum mainnet. Bitget Wallet (Previously BitKeep) will provide users with a one-stop experience of Arbitrum wallet creation, token transaction, DeFi, DApp navigation, and more.


01:00 am (GMT+8) on June 29th – 00:59 am (GMT+8) on July 5th


GMX (Decentralized Perpetual Exchange)

① Open a leverage trade at;
② Do a swap at;
③ Mint GLPs at

Note: Trading on GMX (Decentralized Perpetual Exchange) involves leverage and poses certain risks.

Please tread with caution.


Users need to add the Arbitrum mainnet in their Bitget Wallet (Previously BitKeep) wallet in advance.

Tap to view the tutorial about creating/importing an Arbitrum wallet on Bitget Wallet (Previously BitKeep):

1 Tap DApp, and enter GMX in the search bar or search for

2 Tap Confirm to enter the DApp, and tap Connect Wallet;

To open a leveraged trade: Tap Trade, here you can select long or short, then set the multiple and tap Enable Leverage. Taking shorting ETH for example: Tap Short, and then choose ETH. Enter an amount greater than 10USD. Now set the multiple and tap Enable Leverage.

Here you can see the leveraged trade. You may choose to close the position at any time.

Do a swap of at least $10 worth of tokens. Tap swap, select the token pair, and enter an amount larger than 10 USD. Now tap Swap and you are done with this task.

Mint GLPs of at least $10. Tap Buy, then tap Buy on Arbitrum. Now enter an amount larger than 10 USD, then tap to buy GLP.

If you want to sell the NFT(s), just tap Sell after 15 minutes.

*Note: This is not investment advice. Please do your own research!

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