Enable your projects without resistance.

We are building a decentralised ecosystem tailored towards start-ups and established businesses.

Background: A Global Perspective

Crowdfunding Worldwide is at $304.53 billion and is Active in 171 Countries/Territories. (P2P Market Data)
According to the World Bank’s report “Crowdfunding’s Potential for the Developing World”, it is estimated that up to 344 million households in the developing world can contribute small amounts to crowdfunded community businesses. Our commitment to the community is to create a global, sustainable, and trustworthy decentralized crowdfunding marketplace as a leading financing solution by providing a self-managing platform.

Our Vision

Token Republic’s vision is to build an efficient crowdfunding platform for entrepreneurs and developers to build their business with fewer intermediaries, allowing them to focus on development. We want entrepreneurs to delight their customers with a transparent, fair base system, and deliver the best product to them with total transparency.

Our Mission

Our mission is to bring global crowd sourcing onto the blockchain system. We want to bring borders together and make it easier for business to fund their projects without resistance and to provide virtual governance for globalisation.


Our Global team of business and technology experts are committed to blockchain, decentralisation and community-building. The Token Republic team is backed by some of the industry pioneers in both blockchain and traditional web software development. We are backed by The Web Company NZ Limited, award winning since 2004.


Patrick Howard


Patrick Howard, CEO, who believes in empowering people and following the notion that the sum of many is greater than the sum of one. 30+years’ experience. Also the CEO of Token Trolley, Bpay and TOL Enterprises.


The token republic team consists of Developers and Entrepreneurs.

Brett Lawson

Chief of Glue

Ashit Rathore

Back-End Developer

Rex Yu

Front-End Developer

Jack Kettley

Front-End Developer






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