Mobile and Desktop Trading
Bitget's desktop platform is advanced, detailed, and filled with tools tailored to the sophisticated trader. While beginners might find it a touch complex, the offerings are top-notch. On the mobile front, Bitget’s app holds commendable ratings: 4.5 stars on the Apple App Store and 4.2 stars on Google Play. These ratings suggest a generally positive user reception. On the other side, BitMEX's desktop interface is recognized for its detailed and professional-oriented features, managing to capture the essence of in-depth market analysis tools, charts, and indicators. The mobile app, launched in 2020, does well to mirror this experience. However, ratings suggest a bit of variance, with slightly lower scores on both iOS and Android compared to Bitget.
The Bitget platform can be confusing for beginners since there is advanced charting and order book data. Bitget’s mobile app has a 4.4-star rating on the Apple App Store and a 4.6-star rating on Google Play.
Bitget desktop view (trading screen)
Bitget depositing screen
Bitget mobile app main screen
Bitget mobile app (coins)
BitMEX’s exchange is confusing, but that’s because it is aimed at experienced traders who understand perpetual and futures contracts trading. BitMEX has a more outdated interface than Kucoin, making it seem clunky and old. However, the lighter colour scheme makes it easier to see the different menus and tabs.
There is a tab for each cryptocurrency market available, which makes it somewhat easy to navigate, view charts and order books.
To start trading contracts, you will need to sign up but you only need to provide an email address to do so. Once you have deposited your Bitcoin or USDT, you can use that to trade for the other cryptocurrencies available.
Leverage is one of the main features of BitMEX and the platform offers a handy leverage slider that can be adjusted to your risk when you trade.
BitMEX is only available as a desktop platform.