Lead Blockchain Dev
iOS and Android
The LivenPay ICO Public sale will open on the 28th of February
Round: (20% BONUS)
Round: (15% BONUS)
Round: (10% BONUS)
Round: (5% BONUS)
USD, AUD, ETH
$10,000,000 USD (Reached)
United States, China, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Taiwan and Indonesia
Inaccessibility, uncertainty of value, and lack of consumer centric design make it impractical to use blockchain for business cases.
Cryptocurrencies are functionally inaccessible to businesses and consumers for regular use.
Payment networks are not consumer centric, and offer little more than utility in the transaction process.
Market volatility of cryptocurrencies makes them impractical for business operational use day to day.
Currently used by over 350,000 people
One Tap Crypto-Payments
Press a single button to process truly instant crypto-payments at point of sale. No shapeshift, no hedging.
Instant, Free P2P Transfer
Using a private sidechain, P2P transfers are instant, fee free, and easy as entering the recipient's username, and hitting send.
Backed by Real Businesses
LVN has its own exchange rate when spent at Liven merchants, dictated by the reward protocol.
LVN is rewarded transactionally, when this happens, the reward cache drains and the value of LVN adjusts.
The LivenPay Platform enables instant, point-of-sale crypto-payments through our unique payment rails. Our network is infinitely scalable through public API access where ecommerce business, mobile wallets, and processing networks can integrate to receive payments in, and reward out, LVN Tokens.
A company that’s helping us better understand our customers
- Shane Delia, celebrity chef and owner of Maha restaurant and Biggie Smalls, Melbourne.
Some of our existing clients
We’ve been active in market for three years - moving fast on product releases, global expansion, and ecosystem growth
CEO | Co-founder
Having completed both Bachelor of Law and Masters of Banking and Finance, William spent 6 years in commercial law and consulted for hundreds of restaurateurs which provided deep insights into the hospitality industry. He has spoken as a thought leader for reputable institutions.
CMO | Co-founder
Grace is the natural spokesperson of Liven, speaking as its representative at local universities, international conferences, and private investor summits. Grace has also won various industry and tech awards including the 2018 B&T 30 under 30.
CSO | Co-founder
David completed his doctorate at Monash and was awarded a CTS Scholarship. David has authored more than 10 scientific journal papers achieving over 900 Google Scholar Citations, is listed as an inventor on 3 patents and has presented at international conferences.
CTO | Co-founder
Chief Product Officer
Former CDO of restaurant of the year, Guzman y Gomez & leading real estate app, Domain. A B&T 30 under 30 winner, he adds a wealth of tech exec experience in scaling hyper growth companies leading product, dev, data & marketing teams. From drone delivery & solar to blockchain he has always been an industry pioneer.
Lead Blockchain Dev
Co-founder of Australia’s leading blockchain development house, responsible for leading the most reputable local projects in blockchain implementation and ethereum smart contracts. Tom is skilled in software architecture, solidity, IPDS and Web3.js.
Co-founder of Australia’s leading blockchain development house, responsible for leading the most reputable local projects in blockchain implementation and ethereum smart contracts. Alex has deep knowledge of and experience in React, 3D Systems and start-ups.
Lon is a past President and Advisor of NEM.io Foundation. He spent close to 4 years - from 2014-2018 - in the development of the NEM project, helping to nurture it to become the top two performing cryptocurrency by market appreciation in 2017.
JP studied aeronautical engineering and is now founder and CEO of CanYa, a decentralised ecosystem for peer to peer services. He is also the founding director of MasterNode Ventures, a full-stack blockchain advisory services company.
James has been embedded in the cryptocurrency and ICO space since the Ethereum network launch. After contributing to 50+ ICO’s, James has been advising on ICO best practices, token economics, smart contract architecture and community building.
James is founder of Mayfair 101, a boutique investment group with a portfolio spanning more than 10 countries. He has substantial experience in investment management, mergers & acquisitions, IPOs, ICOs and high growth businesses.
Nick is recognised as one of Australia’s leading entrepreneurs under the age of 40. With a start-up capital of only $400, Nick’s group of companies now turn over more than $75 million world-wide.
Michael provides clients a valuable advantage in dealing with the legal issues around cryptocurrency and blockchain. Michael has a wealth of experience in commercial negotiations, litigation, construction, strata and insolvency.
Tony brings 20 years of corporate experience in marketing, financial services and other executive and Board roles and is a member of the Prime Minister’s Community Business Partnership.
Frank is a renowned Chef in Australia where his restaurants represent Melbourne’s best expression of Spanish cuisine. Over the last decade he has retained an industry leading position and a reputation for excellence.
A Melbourne-based payments startup is raising $74 million through an initial coin offering (ICO) to become the “holy grail” of the cryptocurrency space, and has already locked in tens of millions in pre-sale amounts.
Dining’s answer to Uber. Request the bill on your phone then swipe to pay and you’re rewarded with cash credit that can either go to towards your next feed or donate your credit to charity.
An Australian startup is launching its own bar and restaurant cryptocurrency!
Restaurants benefit by attracting new customers that they can retain through the loyalty mechanism of the app and by associating their brands with the good work of charities.
Leading dining rewards-based payment app Liven has today announced the company would be the world’s first to enable Australians to transact with cryptocurrency in daily life on a large scale.
Unless you’re a social media influencer who dines for free wherever they go, eating out is an expensive habit. So what would you do if we told you there’s an app you can download that will pay you to wine and dine?
Crypto and Blockchain