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Little Phil: Anyone can be a philanthropist

New way of giving that fixes trust issues with charities using a public ledger, smart contracts & unique digital identies

stage Ended crowdsale

3.4 Rating

by 5 users


    • Employees29


    man Josh Murchie

    Chief Executive Officer

    Australian Student Volunteer of the Year, with a double degree in International Business & Commerce and a Masters in IT; Josh has a unique blend of business and technology skills with a passion for social-change.

    man Nathan Archer

    Managing Director

    Holds a master’s degree in commerce and is an adjunct finance lecturer with Griffith University. Nominated responsible manager on an Australian Financial Services License.

    man John Robertson

    Chief Technology Officer

    Over 15 years experience in Software Engineering, leadership and management within an IBM Security R&D lab. With a background in Cybersecurity and IT security protocols, John is a keen protagonist of Blockchain platforms and technologies.

    man Greg Ellis

    Marketing & Product

    Considered a pioneer in the Australian microfinance industry, co-founding one of Australia’s most successful Fintech companies, Nimble Money.

    man Benjamin Harvey

    Community Manager

    10 years of client relations experience in the banking and higher education sectors. Specialises in applying psychological theory to enhance positive consumer experience.


    man Daniel Santos

    Investment Banking for Citibank, Barclays Capital in London and Rennaissance Capital in Moscow

    man C.J Fong

    Former VP at Morgan Stanley and Senior Director at Nomura

    man Professor Ned Pankhurst

    Senior Deputy Vice Chancellor at Griffith University

    man Josh Hunt

    Legal Advisor - Hopgood Ganim Lawyers

    man Dr Craig Cameron

    Senior Lecturer in Corporations Law at Griffith University

    Ashish Gaurav

    Investment Banking for Standard Chartered Bank

    Crowdsale details

    Distribution of tokens
    • Crowdsale (40%)
    • Team (15%)
    • Business development (15%)
    • Little Phil projects (15%)
    • Early backers and advisors (10%)
    • Bounty Program (3%)
    • Airdrops (2%)
    Budget allocation
    • Product Development (40%)
    • Business Development and Strategic Partnerships (30%)
    • Marketing and Communication (20%)
    • Reserve Funds (10%)
    Details Indicators
    Token Symbol LPC
    Full Token Name LPC token
    Pre-crowdsale Start August 8th, 00:00 GMT+03:00
    Pre-crowdsale End August 21st, 00:00 GMT+03:00
    Crowdsale Start August 22nd, 00:00 GMT+03:00
    Crowdsale End Hard cap is reached or September 19th, 00:00 GMT+03:00
    Crowdsale Hard Cap Fixed, 400000000 tokens
    Crowdsale Soft Cap Yes, 21500000 tokens
    Token type utility token
    Domain owner Individual

    Cost of the token

    1 token for 0.1 $

    Price without discounts


    Tier 1 (includes 30% bonus LPC)
    Tier 2 (includes 20% bonus LPC)
    Tier 3 (includes 10% bonus LPC)

    Bonus Dates Minimum purchase amount
    40% August 08 — 21, 2018

    Accepted currency

    • Ethereum

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    Relevance of the problem and Market size

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    Product competitiveness

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    Founders, Team & Advisors

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    Budget allocation and roadmap

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    Token economy, Tokenization & Business model

    1 2 3 4 5

    Distribution & Lock up of tokens, Discounts for early buyers

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    Summary rate the project

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    Rate the project by other users

    Jordan Semanda August 02, 2018
    Rating of project


    Having reserve funds is a good thing because the team is able to carry out crowd funding to raise more funds for project development. Pre ICO has a short time of implementation this will increase the demand at the main ICO process.

    Risks and disadvantages

    The difference is in the demand and supply of ICO all over the market is not proportional because of the limited number of people across the blog that have digital currencies therefor attaining a market in these initial stages is crucial, this demands the compliance of the human resource team to enhance the marketing strategies through the bounty program and social media outreach.


    Constant communication with the investors has to be created to prevent them from selling off their tokens and abandon the start up.

    William Anderson August 01, 2018
    Rating of project


    Making referrals through the bounty program is an outstanding awareness strategy that will payoff in getting the message to the intended individuals. The interaction and number of people following the project on social media platforms like Twitter is big and this shows that the broject is being welcomed by a nunber of people in different capacities.

    Risks and disadvantages

    Compotion from charity and fund raising projects are going to create a difficult time when it comes to getting a large market share this might result into getting the minority market share which will not bring about accomplishment of the desired market.


    Many humanitarian out there are always looking for genuine ways of contributing to those in need of charity, with the help of the smart contracts transparency will be ensure this gives the startup opportunity to influence people's genorocity.

    Denys Serhiichuk July 29, 2018
    Rating of project


    Team consists of members with years of experience in different companies. The same is applied for advisors. Furthermore, marketing is very strong. There are dozens of social networks, where people can get information about the project. For example, thread on Bitcointalk has 89 pages starting from June. A great motivation for investors is the system of bonuses. People can get more tokens if they invest earlier during ICO or pre-ICO.

    Risks and disadvantages

    Nothing mentioned about partners. Roadmap could be more precise. I contains just words without clear explanation of platform development. Thus, it would be better if some dates were also mentioned, not just quarters. Another drawback is the lack of the working product.


    The idea looks as utopia. In addition, I do not see anyone who it can be profitable for. Moreover, donation can be made in any other cryptocurrency.

    Anne Bryn July 22, 2018
    Rating of project


    There is a variety of use cases underpinning LPC token utility. Givers will have some rewards for their donations. Offering variable discounts during the ICO process is good way to generate more interest.

    Risks and disadvantages

    The project generates a lot of relevant content on its social network accounts and it already has many followers. Still the activity of the community is low and the team will have to solve this problem.


    This is an attractive startup. MVP will be launched when the main ICO starts. I think investors will wish to know more about the project.

    Sofia Medda July 21, 2018
    Rating of project


    The business model is explained clearly: the value of the token depends on the number of people using the platform. All platform fees will be payable in LPC tokens only. Using an escrow service is a good solution for all parties involved, eventually it will make the process faster and easier, which is undoubtedly an advantage of the platform.

    Risks and disadvantages

    50% of tokens allocated to the team will be frozen for 6 months and the development takes a longer time.


    A reliable team is a great advantage of the project. There are also many advisors. I think it's one of the best projects among those that offer solutions for charity.