A Look at Daniel Mark Harrison’s Professional Life

Daniel Mark Harrison is an entrepreneur and international authority on millennial culture, international events, and business. He is the managing partner of Monkey Capital, which operates as a blockchain venture. Monkey Capital invests in hostile public takeovers & Blockchain systems and SpaceX supply contracts. The company also speculates on large blocks of Crypto. Monkey Capital applies a combination of compelling projects, all-star management team and high-quality operations together with deep value investing in vintage Blockchain networks to create Ethereum -style gains.

In July 2017, Monkey Capital broke the record by being the first ICO to sell options successfully. It was able to sell them before the funding round. These options which are referred to as COEVAL, trade on Waves Decentralized Exchange, DEX. The management had earlier distributed COEVAL as tokens to friends and family. By the time of sale, the volume of COEVAL contracts was about 15 BTC on Waves DEX. It is approximately 60 times Chrono’s total volume on Bittrex and a third of Bancor’s volume on the same exchange. Monkey Capital launched its ICO this week on Tuesday. Its buyers will now have the privilege to subscribe for MNY. The MNY tokens are available at the auction at a reduced fixed rate. Holders can buy the tokens through COEVAL. The latest innovation by Monkey is truly a revolution for crowd funding campaigns.

Harrison is also the CEO and Chairman of a global investment company called Daniel Mark Harrison &Co. DMH &CO is a family office with subsidiaries in Hong Kong, Bangkok, and Singapore. Other than entrepreneurship, Daniel is an author. His recent publishing venture was launching MarxRand, a news site. In August 2015, Isabella Kaminska wrote in the Financial Times describing Daniel as a publisher, journalist, serial entrepreneur, author, and Editor in chief. His journalism career has seen him write over a hundred articles for several news publications including Portfolio Magazine, Daily Dot, Forbes and The Washington Post. Additionally, Daniel serves as the Managing Partner of FinTech.