HyperFund Review: Legit Way to Earn Daily Rewards or Scam?

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Last Updated September 9, 2021

When I first got introduced to the HyperFund opportunity, I was very skeptical. I found it a bit difficult to understand, and I quickly cast it aside as just another one of those risky Ponzi or pyramid schemes. 

But, a part of me kept some interest in it. One reason was because the person that recommended it me is a trusted personal friend who teaches financial literacy, and helped many people get out of debt and create wealth.

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Also, I have seen and heard about how many people had made millions through Bitcoin, Ethereum and other cryptocurrencies. And, I'd also read about the regret many people (including myself) feel about having missed out on the crypto boom because we didn't take it seriously.
 
So, my interest and curiosity got the better of me, and I decided to do some research into HyperFund.

I've read through hundreds of webpages and documents and viewed hours of videos to get a better understanding of this opportunity.

What I present today in this HyperFund Review is my attempt to explain what it is all about and how it works in as simple terms as I can.

And hopefully, after reading through you'll be in a better position to decide if it's for you or not.

Here's what we'll cover today...

What Is HyperFund

HyperFund's official website describes it as "the world's most comprehensive digital finance ecosystem". You can check out the brief introductory video below...

HyperFund is an initiative of the HyperTech Group, a billion dollar company that continues to work with and be supported by several Fortune 500 companies and governments around the world.

The HyperTech Group has also invested in some of the most successful blockchain projects globally, owns more than 40 crypto exchanges and continues to developing disruptive technologies.

One quick and easy way to describe HyperFund is that it's an ecosystem that allows average people like you and I to reap the rewards of blockchain technology.

There are essentially 3 categories of benefits to joining HyperFund:

  1. 1
    You generate daily rewards on your membership
  2. 2
    You receive education about blockchain and cryptocurrencies
  3. 3
    You get access to exclusive private token presales of selected blockchain projects - this is like getting to invest in a tech company like Facebook before it goes public.

In the interest of brevity, I'll focus on the rewards aspect in this HyperFund review, and cover the other benefits in more detail in other articles.

How Does HyperFund Work

For simplicity, Iet's compare HyperFund to something that you may already know and understand - a traditional financial instrument, namely a fixed deposit.

With a fixed deposit you agree to keep a lump sum of your money in the bank or some other financial institution for a fixed period of time, and in exchange you earn a fixed rate of return (that's higher than a regular savings account), until the given maturity date.

Well, HyperFund works in a similar way... The difference being that while with a fixed deposit the typical rate of return is less than 5% per year, and the fixed term is generally 5-10 years, HyperFund gives you a rate of return of 0.5% per day (which equates to 15% per month) and the holding period is significantly shorter. 

There are other unique advantages, as you'll learn shortly.

How Do You Join HyperFund

To join HyperFund you simply need to head over to the HyperFund sign up page and fill out the form.

The next step is to purchase a membership. You can purchase a membership at values of either 300, 500, 1000. You can also purchase multiples of any of these. So, for example, you can purchase ten 1000 memberships, so that your membership would be worth 10,000.00. There is no upper limit.

Memberships are purchased with USDT. 

USDT is a cryptocurrency referred to as Tether. It is a stablecoin because it was designed to always be worth US$1.00. So, 1 USDT = 1 USD

How Do You Profit (Passively) From HyperFund

Now we're getting to the exciting parts...

Once you purchase a membership, it's value will be represented within the ecosystem as HyperFund Units (HU). It's the internal value indicator used in the system to keep track of your rewards.

Essentially, 1 HU = 1 USDT = 1 USD. So, you may see and hear these being used interchangeably.

After purchasing your membership, you immediately start to receive rewards of 0.5% per day until the value of your membership is tripled.

So, a 300HU membership will return 900HU, a 500HU membership will return 1500HU, and so on.

At a rate of 0.5% per day it will take 600 days (about 1 year, 7 months) to triple your initial membership.

But that's just the beginning, there are 3 approaches to earning rewards with HyperFund:

The Passive Approach

With this approach, you purchase your membership, either 300HU, 500HU, 1000HU or multiples of any of these, as mentioned earlier.

Then you simply let your rewards accumulate until it reaches 3X your initial membership value which takes the 600 days (about 1 year, 7months), at which point you can withdraw.

Now, an important note here - You are allowed to withdraw your rewards once you have accumulated at least 50HU of rewards in your account, which can then be converted it into USDT or any other cryptocurrency, and then to USD.

This means, for example, if you purchase a 300 membership, you'll be able to make your first withdrawal after just 34 days. If you purchase a 10,000 membership, which it seems many people are doing, you'll be able to make your first withdrawal after 1 day!

You can withdraw every time you've accumulated 50HU in rewards, so in the case of a 300 membership, you can withdraw 50HU every 34 days, if you wish. And in the case of a 10,000 HU membership, you can withdraw every day.

This also means that you'll be able to withdraw value of your initial membership in 200 days (just about 6 and a half months).

For example, if someone started with an initial membership of 500HU, it's earning 2.50HU rewards per day, and 2.50 x 200 = 500HU.

You can then wait until the 600 days to withdraw the rest of your rewards = 1000HU. Remember, it's 3X your initial membership. So 500HU x 3 = 1500HU, but 500HU was withdrawn after 200 days.

The Active Approach Through Rebuys

With the active approach, instead of withdrawing the 50HU, you have the option of rebuying a 50HU membership and let that start it's own run to 3x.

Note: the option to purchase a 50HU membership is only available after you've purchased your first membership of 300, 500, 1000 or multiples of those.

And, you can do these rebuys every time you have at least 50HU in rewards.

  • With an initial membership of 300HU, you'll be earning 50HU every 34 days
  • With a 500HU initial membership, you'll be earning 50HU every 20 days
  • With a 1000HU membership, you'll be earning 50HU every 10 days
  • With a 10,000HU, you'll be earning 50HU every day.

So, in this active approach scenario, you are using your rewards to rebuy memberships so that at the end of 600 days you are earning significantly more rewards than with the passive approach.

To illustrate the effect of rebuying, I've run some numbers assuming an initial membership of 5000HU.

HyperFund Cumulative Rewards - No Rebuys (Illustrative Purposes Only)

In this scenario you're earning 25HU per day (0.5% of 5000), so your Daily Rewards Running Balance adds up by 25HU each day until Day 600 when it reaches the 15000HU (3 x 5000).

The Cumulative Rewards is the rewards pending to you. So, immediately upon purchasing your membership, 15000HU is pending to you (3X your initial membership), and it decreases each day by the amount of daily rewards, until Day 600, when 0 rewards are owed to you.

So, the formula is simply:

Cumulative Rewards = Previous Day Cumulative Rewards - Daily Reward

If you decide to go with the rebuy approach, every time you rebuy a membership, that membership also starts receiving its own rewards until it goes to triple it's initial value.  

So the formula in this case is:

Cumulative Rewards = Previous Day Cumulative Rewards - Daily Reward + 3X Rebuy Value

HyperFund Cumulative Rewards - With Rebuys (Illustrative Purposes Only)

For example, on Day 3, the rewards pending to you is calculated as:

hyperfund review - hyperfund daily rewards with rebuys

The cumulative effect of this is that at the end of 600 days, you'll have just over 200,000HU pending to you!

Accelerated Rewards Through Referrals

If you share the HyperFund opportunity with someone and they buy a membership, you'll earn 20% of their daily rewards.

As an example, if they buy a 1000HU membership, they'll earn 5HU per day (0.5% of 1000HU), and you'll earn 1HU per day (20% of 5HU) for each referral.

This is part of the HyperFund Compensation Plan and it extends down to 20 levels.

Level 1 are the people that you referred directly. Level 2 is someone that a person in Level 1 refers directly, and so on.

The % your earn is different for the various levels down to a level of 20, as shown below.

Source: https://hypergroup.io/overview/

But, you have to directly refer (# of Directs in the above table) the number of people to unlock the number of levels you can earn rewards from, meaning if you directly refer 2 people, then you can earn down to Level 2. If you refer 5 people, you unlock down to Level 5 and can earn from referrals down to Level 5, etc, etc.

Let me explain this further through illustrations...

hyperfund compensation plan

HyperFund Referral Levels - SCENARIO 1

In this first Scenario 1, you have directly referred 7 people, so you are able to earn rewards from referrals down to Level 7 under Mark.

hyperfund compensation plan

HyperFund Referral Levels - SCENARIO 2

In this Scenario 2 you have directly referred 4 people. This means that you can only earn rewards from referrals down to Level 4 under Mark... you wouldn't earn from Levels 5 to 7.

This is really just the tip of the iceberg for the HyperFund Compensation Plan. There are also VIP rewards. Once you reach VIP status, you'll start earning company-wide rewards.

I'll soon do a more detailed full review of the compensation plan. In the meanwhile, you can download and review HyperFund's overview of the plan here

Is It Safe To Invest In HyperFund

As I indicated earlier, I initially had doubts about HyperFund.

But rather than just simply ignore the opportunity, and perhaps have to kick myself sometime in the future for missing out (again), I went ahead and did my research to understand to opportunity better.

If you are skeptical and concerned about the risks, here are some suggestions:

Do Your Research

Whenever you're looking to put your money into something, it's important that you do your own research to find out as much as you need to know to feel comfortable.


You can start by visiting HyperTech's community website to get an overview, as well as download and review HyperTech's own Due Diligence Report. And then expand your research even further.


My own research suggests that HyperFund is a solid opportunity, but I encourage you do to your own research.


Keep in mind that while doing your research, you are going to see HyperFund reviews from both sides of the fence - those that say it's a scam, a Ponzi scheme and a pyramid scheme, and those that are praising it. You've got to wade through the noise and came to your own conclusions.

Know that There are Risks

Secondly, understand that where ever you put your money, there is going to be some level of risk.... even if it's a well established bank or financial intuition... remember the financial crisis of 2007-2008, which included the bankruptcy of the well established Lehman Brothers?


With HyperFund, consider that the timeframe for which you are open to risk is basically about 6 and a half months, the time by which you can withdraw your initial membership value.

Understand How To Minimize Your Risk

With the HyperFund there are a number of ways you can minimize your risk.

  • You can take the passive approach, and withdraw your rewards every time it accumulates to 50HU.
  • You can withdraw your initial membership amount after the 200 days.
  • I wouldn't recommend taking money from your Emergency Fund to get a membership into this or any other similar endeavour.

What To Do Next

I hope that this HyperFund review has been informative and useful to you. And that you're able to able to see the potential for immense profits to be gained with HyperFund.

If you're interested in getting started with HyperFund, simply fill out the form below and I'll send you an invitation to join.

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If you're not quite ready to get started, that's fine too. Go ahead and do as much research as you need, and if you have any questions, let me know in the comments below.

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