Cryptocurrency Asset Sale
|12 Months Ended|
Dec. 31, 2019
|Goodwill and Intangible Assets Disclosure [Abstract]|
|Cryptocurrency Asset Sale||
In December 2018, the Company executed an agreement with a related party for the sale of Cryptocurrency assets for proceeds of $891,192. In exchange for the purchased assets with a net book value of $523,743, the related party would assume the liabilities of the entity consisting of accounts payable of $40,235 and outstanding debt and accrued interest of $808,600. The Company recognized a gain on sale totaling $273,453.
The Company is no longer engaged in any line of business involving cryptocurrencies or digital assets. The Company previously announced an intention to issue Surge Utility Tokens in the future. The Company still plans on utilizing tokens as a reward program; however, these tokens will have no monetary value and will not involve cryptocurrency or blockchain technology. These tokens will not be able to be bought, sold, invested, or traded. Rather, these tokens will only be awarded by the Company to existing users of the Company’s products and will then only be able to be redeemed for rewards using a Surge Rewards website set up by the Company. The Company has not issued any Surge Utility Tokens to date and this name will not be utilized for any rewards tokens used as part of a future Surge Rewards program.
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