Daniel Mark Harrison is an expert in the cryptocurrency field and has often shared his knowledge with others. He has authored books on the subject, developed into a block chain evangelist, and opened companies in the industry. Being from the United Kingdom, he is a direct descendant of the House of Harrison. His ancestors established Harrison & Sons which is a money-printing company that was acquired by De La Rue in the late 1990’s. He is currently based in Singapore.
Harrison has an extensive list of educational achievements. He earned his bachelor’s at the University of Oxford, studying theology. In 2006 he acquired an MBA from the BI Norwegian Business School. He also holds a master’s degree in journalism that he acquired at New York University. One of the companies he established was DMH&CO which manages the assets of both his family and himself. He is this company’s chief executive officer and chairman of the board.
Another company Harrison recently became involved with is Monkey Capital, for which he is the managing partner. This company is involved in block chain currency and other financial technology. He first joined the company in March of 2016 and oversees its role as a decentralized digital asset firm. As an author who also writes extensively about block chain currency, he has contributed articles to CoinSpeaker for several years. His popular writing on subjects has led to this publication growing to over 450,000 readers every month.
While writing for CoinSpeaker, Harrison has broken a number of stories. Among these are, “The End of CoinDesk’s Proxy Index?” and “Altcoin Investors Pile Into Shares After 1.025 Million VC Round”. He has a lot of writing experience as he was a columnist for The Motley Fool from 2009 to 2015.
When the Huffington Post wrote about Monkey Capital and Harrison’s leadership of the firm, they called it a “billion dollar baboon”. This was a reference to Monkey Capital wanting to raise $1 billion. In the article, Harrison said that they would invest in COEVAL tokens and would make so much money they could hand these tokens out to their family and friends.