KickCoin is a cryptocurrency that will be accepted and used by the projects that are launched on the KICKICO platform (as well as by all its partners). KICK will be primarily used as a payment method on the platform. KICKICO takes half the commission (4%) of ICO campaigns launched in their tokens to the KICKONOMY fund.
KickCoin can't be mined by users and are instead emitted during the fundraising process - whenever somebody contributes to the campaign directly to the smart contract address, new KickCoins are minted and sent to the address, from which the payment in ETH was made. 
KICKICO is an Ethereum-based protocol that aims to provide safe and easy fundraising for ICOs, pre-ICOs, crowdfunding, and crowdinvesting. Both crowdfunding and blockchain technology have great potential, but the industries are filled with failed projects and scams. KICKICO aims to solve these problems by moving crowdfunding from centralized platforms (like Kickstarter) to Ethereum-based smart contracts. Using Ethereum smart contracts, KICKICO significantly reduces overhead costs of running a crowdfunding campaign. Smart contracts also protect investors from failed projects. Investors are protected from failed projects through the use of blockchain-based tokens called KickCoins. 
How Does KICKICO Work?
Crowdfunding first began making headlines in 2009 with the launch of websites like Kickstarter and Indiegogo. Since then, however, there has been limited innovation in the field.
Users can already submit their projects through KICKICO.com and start to accept payments. You can view a list of active projects available through KICKICO today.
KICKICO is designed as an ecosystem. They call their ecosystem the “Kickonomy”. Members of that ecosystem include founders (the creators of crowdfunding projects), projects (ICOs, crowdfunding, and crowdinvesting companies), investors (people who support crowdfunding projects), and KickCoins (a domestic currency used on the ecosystem).
Together, these components make up the KICKICO ecosystem, which aims to deliver several important benefits to the modern crowdfunding space. 
KICKICO is led by founder and CEO Anti A. Danilevski. Danilevsky describes himself as the ideologist of KICKICO. He also founded Europe’s largest crowdfunding community (based in Russia). He’s also known for making browser-based games, including Carnage, which is one of Russia’s most popular games. Other key members of the team include Co-Founder and CFO Alexander Petrov, and Co-Founder and CTO Andrew Perepelitsa.