How To Start

To start investing, first you need to open an account at Surge Funds. Once you signed up - you're ready for the next step, which is - funding your Surge Funds account.

E-currency Account Payments

Surge Funds accepts PerfectMoney, Payeer, Advcash and Bitcoin as e-currency funding options. Each can be funded through exchange service. Trusted exchange services:

You may find more other certified exchangers who will help you to fund your account. They change daily, new ones appear, it is hard to keep up with the net of exchange services.

Please check following link to find Perfect Money Certified Partners:


Bitcoin is the first digital currency to eliminate the middleman. By avoiding banks and payment processors, Bitcoin has become a decentralized, worldwide market that requires only an Internet connection to participate. Here is how you can get started using Bitcoin.

Get some bitcoins with any of these methods:

  • Buy small amounts of Bitcoin online. If you are buying under $2000 of Bitcoin or are new to crypto currencies try one of the combined wallet / bitcoin traders to get rolling. Examples include Coinbase and Xapo. These sites will allow you to buy a small amount of Bitcoin in exchange for an approximate 1% service charge. Like a bank, they will also store your bitcoin for you on their servers.
  • Buy large amounts of Bitcoin via a trading exchange. If you are buying over $2000 of Bitcoin, you will want to take advantage of the lower commission rates offered on an exchange. These exchanges operate like a stock market with bid / ask spreads changing 24 hours a day. Creating an account at an exchange is a similar process to opening a new bank account, you will likely need to give them your real name, contact information and send them money. Different countries and currencies have different Bitcoin exchanges that are best to use in each geography:

    • US Dollars to Bitcoin - Bitfinex, GDAX (owned by Coinbase)
    • Euro to Bitcoin - Kraken
    • Chinese Yuan to Bitcoin - BTCC, Huobi or OKCoin
  • Take money out of a Bitcoin ATMs. Many cities around the world offer a bitcoin ATM where you can trade cash for bitcoin. These ATMs usually charge a 5-8% fee for doing the trade. An up to date list of bitcoin ATMs can be found at

  • Buy bitcoin from a live person offline. All over the world it's possible to give someone a wad of cash and have them load some bitcoins onto your phone. Please only trade small amounts of money till you trust your trading partner. See LocalBitcoins for an offline bitcoin dealer near you.

Set up your first Bitcoin wallet

If you don't feel technically competent, it's perfectly acceptable to ignore the next few steps and just leave your bitcoin in the account where you bought them. In fact, most bitcoin holders do just that. But the beauty of bitcoin is that it's money that no third party needs to control for you. In addition, since exchanges store hundreds of millions of dollars of bitcoin, they are a very attractive target for hackers. So unlike stuffing dollars in your mattress, it's safer to store your bitcoins on your own rather than trusting them to an exchange. All the wallets listed here will not give any third-party access to your bitcoins:

  • Mobile Wallets are Bitcoin wallets that run on your mobile device. Such wallets are portable and practical for in-store use. Mobile devices tend to be less prone to malicious software than are computers, creating a reasonably secure environment for small amount of bitcoin. Some of the best mobile wallets are:

    • Airbitz
    • Mycelium
    • BitPay
    • Jaxx
  • Web wallets are convenient and user-friendly, because they are always available online. All you need to do is set up an account and log in. The most popular web wallet is:

  • Hardware wallets are highly secure and mostly foolproof. If you are new to bitcoin and want to store a lot of bitcoin safely, you'd be smart to invest in a hardware wallet. Popular hardware wallets include:

    • Trezor Ledger
  • Advanced wallets are not a great starting place for beginners. This is the type of wallet for which Bitcoin was originally conceived. You'll have to run a local copy of the blockchain to keep your transactions anonymous. The better-known software wallets include:

    • Armory Multibit

Making Deposits

Once you successfully funded your PerfectMoney, Payeer, Advcash and/or BitCoin account(s) - you may start making deposits in your Surge Funds account. Simply log-in and go to Offer section to choose your plan and amount for deposit. After you make deposit your investment becomes active and locked for an investment period, also known as trading period.

Receiving a Profit

When trading period is over you may take your investment back or you may simply re-invest it for the next cycle. All the daily profits that are credited to you - are available for withdrawal or re-investment. Feel free to add funds to already active deposit, it will not affect its trading period.

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