When talking about business and cryptocurrency, it may be a taboo to avoid mentioning Daniel Mark Harrison. Like most say, this name brings respect and commands to any company which is associated with it. His skills buy the profound influence and power associated with Daniel Mark Harrison’s name. For instance, he is a blockchain evangelist who is respected by many people. His other abilities included being an entrepreneur, a businessman and lastly the best author. According to Isabella Kaminska, Harrison is more than what we think he is. For instance, he is an Editor-in-chief and has also authored several books. In his work as a blockchain evangelist, he worked as a Bitcoin 2.0 enthusiast and Blockchain evangelist just to mention a few of his skills.
Since March 2016, Mr. Harrison has been worked as the managing partner of Monkey Capital. This company is said to be decentralized digital asset and the best-known bank involved in blockchain investment. Mr. Harrison’s success in his career life started from 1998 to 1999. This was the time here earned his BA in Theology from Oxford University. He is also the owner of Masters of Business Administration and Masters Journalism from BI Norwegian Business School and New York respectively. He started by working in Daniel Mark Harrison & Co. Ltd which was a family business. During his stay in the family company, Mr. Harrison was responsible for running day-to-day activities which included taking care of family assets. With its main offices in Singapore, Bangkok and Hong Kong, this company is currently the most reputable investment company.
As mentioned early, Mr. Harrison is an experienced writer. He has published many books that are sweet to read. Some of them include Butterflies, The Millennial Reincarnations, and much more. He also writes about general matters that involve the interest of people. As the chief editor of Chief of Marx Rand, he was responsible for many publications which featured in 2015.During the time, he wrote many stories which involved Bitcoin, Altcoin Investors, and CoinDesk’s Proxy Index. If you want to read his top accounts, you can find them on high ranking magazines and sites like TheStreet.com, BNET.com and even on Forbes.