Fund Account



NAGA Trader

Adding funds to your trading account is a streamlined and direct process that can be done in just a few steps. 

If you need to transfer additional funds to your trading account, click on your profile picture in the top-right corner of your screen and select Fund Account.


You will be redirected to the Make Deposit section in the Payments menu, within the My NAGA portal. There you can select the trading account you wish to fund, and select the payment method whether it is a Credit/Debit Card or a Bank Transfer. You can also fund your account using NAGA WALLET supported tokens, such as: BTC, ETH, XRP, etc. Last but not least you can use an alternative funding method of eWallets like Skrill, SafePay and GiroPay.


All our transactions are sent and communicated via Secure Socket Layer (SSL) technology in order to ensure that your personal information is secured. Furthermore, your funds are secured with all of our Partner Brokers.

In accordance with EU regulations, customer deposits of up to €20,000.00 are protected by the Cypriot Investment Compensation Fund, in case of insolvency of the company.

Hanseatic Brokerhouse offers Secured Funds of up to €100,000.00 when funds are transferred to DONNER & REUSCHEL Bank Account.



If you need further assistance, please do not hesitate to contact our staff.

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  • So what happens when u lose someone’s wallet AND FUNDS?? You can’t seem to locate my ‘confirmed’ transactions. What the heck??!!??

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