As the founder and managing partner of Monkey Capital, Daniel Mark Harrison is creating terrific excitement in the blockchain world. Monkey Capital is bringing out the first 10-figure Initial Coin Offering raised through crowdfunding. Harrison is embracing innovation to build wealth using breakthrough technologies.

Radio host Chris Waltzek has interviewed other financial stars on his nationally syndicated radio show, including George Soros and Jim Rodgers, both billionaires who started out together in the hedge fund business. Waltzek gave Monkey Chain’s ICO 6 out of 5 stars when he interviewed Daniel Mark Harrison.

Interestingly for such a successful entrepreneur, Harrison is also a trailblazing writer. His first book, Butterflies: The Strange Metamorphosis of Fact & Fiction in Today’s World, is an unusual mixture of fiction and journalism. In it, he explores millennial attitudes and discusses interesting ideas.

He’s also been the subject of a lot of journalism. He’s appeared in The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, The, The Daily Dot and Portfolio. He frequently appears on CNN, Reuters and Bloomberg.

He himself writes for CoinSpeaker, the leading source of news in the Bitcoin and Altcoin space. It’s also the second largest Bitcoin site online. There Harrison has written many stories on CoinDesk’s proxy Index, Bitcoin holdings spent and a top Bitcoin brokerage. He managed the editorial team and helped improve the site so it could be syndicated on Google News.

Harrison has also spent time as a columnist for Asian Emerging Markets Motley Fool and He’s also written for financial journals in the United States and as a senior reporter for Index Universe New York and Hard Assets Investor. As Editor in Chief and publisher at Marx Rand, he exposed an FBI agent working undercover as the head of the Ku Klux Klan. He published a story connecting a Toyota manufacturer with slave labor. And he covered how the United States FDA and pharmaceutical companies failed to stop cervical cancer is Haiti.

Harrison also serves as chairman and CEO of Daniel Mark Harrison Co, a family office that manages his personal and family assets. It has operations and work stations in Singapore, Hong Kong and Bangkok.