The name Daniel Mark Harrison
is widely known in business and cryptocurrency circles. Daniel Mark Harrison has created a name for himself as an extraordinary entrepreneur
in the finance sector. Harrison is a managing partner at blockchain funding firm, Monkey Capital. The company is well known as a decentralized hedge fund dealing in SpaceX contracts and pre-ICO options. Its pre-ICO options are known as COEVAL trading; they are trading on Waves Decentralized Exchange (DEX). The fintech company handles clients from across the world and recently launched a crowdfunding campaign seeking to raise one billion dollars.
Daniel Mark Harrison is part of the team responsible for getting Monkey Capital on the international stage. However, he also holds the positions of CEO and chairman at his family assets management firm Daniel Mark Harrison & Co. In addition to this role, Harrison is a world-renowned author and writer. He has written for different journals and publications including Forbes, Marx Rand, Credit Flux, BNET.com, the Wall Street Journal, CoinSpeaker, and The Motley Fool, among others.
Harrison’s work has had a tremendous impact
in the financial world. One of his pieces led to CD changing its index after he did the story “The End of CoinDesk’s Proxy Index.” His writing in the financial sector has also focused a lot on stock markets, especially in the US and UK. However, some of his stories have steered away from the finance sector. He once exposed a story of a rogue cop who coupled as the head of the Ku Klux Klan and also wrote on how Toyota was propagating slave labor.
Daniel Mark Harrison pursued his education at three universities: New York University, BI Norwegian Business School, and the University of Oxford. At New York University, he enrolled for a Master’s Degree in Journalism where he focused on business journalism. While at the BI Norwegian Business School, he pursued an MBA in General Business Administration and Management. Harrison was a student at the University of Oxford for only one year where he was pursuing a BA in Theology even though he did not complete the degree program.