The Financial Times brands Daniel Mark Harrison as a Bitcoin 2.0 enthusiast and a serial entrepreneur. In 2015, Daniel Harrison reaffirmed his literary genius by publishing a brilliant paperback called, Butterflies: The Strange Metamorphosis of Fact and Fiction in Today’s World. The addictive page-turner by Harrison received ravenous reviews by critics from The Financial Times and Huffington Post, and from New York Times Best-Selling Author, Jeffrey Robinson.
6 Out of 5-Star Rating
Daniel Mark Harrison currently serves as the managing partner of the investment consortiums, Fintech Inc. and Monkey Capital Inc. Both firms specialize on cryptocurrencies investing. Monkey Capital was among the premier Blockchain franchises to offer investors pre-ICO investment options.
Money Capital received an unusual six-star rating from one of the nation’s leading radio show host, Chris Waltzek. Huffington’s Post Senior writer, Azeem Khan terms Money Capital as a ‘billion dollar baboon’ destined to become the world’s first ten-digit figure valued Blockchain network. In anticipation of the ICO launch, Money Capital issued COVEAL tokens to their staff. At an auction event held later, these employees got a rare opportunity to trade in their COVEAL tokens for the more valuable MNY tokens.
Daniel M. Harrison completed his BA in Theology at Oxford University in 1999. The revered journalist and author spent the next five years working at his family’s business empire, Harrison & Sons. The latter is one of the oldest money-printing US firms. In 2005, David decided to further his education by enrolling at the prestigious BI Norwegian Business School for his Master’s in Business Administration. In 2008, he finished his Master’s in Journalism program at New York University.
Today, when David Harrison isn’t tracking cryptocurrencies, he’s busy managing his family’s immense wealth and assets at the Daniel Mark Harrison & Co. Ltd. DMH&CO has grown tremendously with Mr. Harrison as its Chairman and CEO. The highly respected global investment company now operates from Singapore, Bangkok and Hong Kong. Mark Harrison is a regular contributor for many global business dailies and media stations like The Wall Street Journal, CNN, Forbes, Street.com, Bloomberg, Reuters, and CoinSpeaker.