Daniel Mark Harrison’s ICO is no Monkey Business

Daniel Mark Harrison is a popular face on various business television programs on CNN and Reuters. He is also an established author and journalist whose features are on the pages of The Wall Street Journal, Forbes and CoinSpeaker. On Amazon, his books include The Millennial Reincarnation and Butterflies: The Strange Metamorphosis of Fact & Fiction in Today’s World. His success in publishing and business comes from a strong academic background in journalism and business administration, flaunting two masters’ degrees in those disciplines from New York University and BI Norwegian Business School.

He also heads Daniel Mark Harrison Co., which manages personal and family assets running its operations from as far as Bangkok to Hong Kong. He descends from a line of successful entrepreneurs. His family owned Harrison & Sons, a mint that was eventually bought by De La Rue in the late 90s.

However, the most outstanding of his titles, for digital assets investors, is his role as a partner in Monkey Capital and Fintech. This blockchain funding company invests in blockchain and decentralized digital assets as well as supply contracts for SpaceX.

Monkey Capital became the first to ICO offer pre-ICO options to investors, which the Huffington Post summed up as a ‘’billion dollar baboon.” This was the first time for a crowdfunding venture to raise such an amount. Harrison noted that COEVAL family members, friends and others had already received COEVAL from his team.

The company’s ICO is also a lucrative offer for digital assets investors going by the detailing in its white paper. Unlike other white papers, this one explains the offer, the plan and the expectation lengthily that the Huffington Post compares it to a thesis.

Nevertheless, this is not the first time Daniel Mark Harrison and his team has revolutionized the digital assets market. Recently, the blockchain funding magnate bought a new domain so that Monkey Capital can operate as Monkey.com. This $500,000 deal with an American company that owned the domain allowed Monkey Capital to increase its level of engagement through more provisions in its information services. The new website hopes to run a round-the-clock digital assets news channel.