Daniel Mark Harrison is a colossal Bitcoin 2.0 enthusiast, a seasoned businessman who is also profoundly into entrepreneurship. He is an author, a publisher and a trained journalist. Harrison comes from the lineage of astute businesspeople who were in the money printing business. His family business Harrison and Sons was bought and taken over by De La Rue. He later established his own company, Daniel Mark Harrison & Company where which is the sole owner and manager. This group was started in 2015 to manage the estate and assets belonging to the Harrison family. Daniel Mark Harrison invented factory banking.
Daniel Mark Harrison is a managing partner at Monkey Capital. Monkey Capital is a firm that deals in chain venture capital and financial technology. Monkey capital is regarded as a satisfactory blockchain investment bank for digital assets. Monkey capital speculates on blocks of cryptocurrency in the market. It is the first Initial Coin Offering (ICO) that began selling pre-ICO options.
In his capacity as an author and a journalist, Daniel Mark Harrison had his articles published in CoinSpeak for many years. Because of him, the readership of the publication hits up to 450,000 monthly. He was in charge of the CoinSpeak editorial team, and during his tenure, the team published several scoops.
He is presently the publisher for Marx Rand and doubles as its Editor in Chief. For instance when an FBI agent was exposed as being the head of the illegal Ku Klux Klan. His publication’s investigations also revealed that the Toyota manufacturer was employing slave labour.https://www.dealstreetasia.com/stories/exclusive-3-57173/
Harrison wrote; Butterflies: The Strange Metamorphosis of Fact & Fiction in Today’s World. It is a book written with a unique combination of journalism and fictional narratives to explore the millennial attitudes on selected subjects in the book. He has been written about in Forbes, Wall Street Journal and The Street.com among other publications. Harrison is a regular guest on business news programs in channels like Reuters, CNN and Bloomberg.