Monkey Capital is a fund management company that deals with investments in SpaceX supply contracts, blockchain systems, hostile company takeovers and speculation on large Crypto blocks. The company recently made history after it became the first ICO to sell options successfully. The company had issued options known as COEVAL, on Waves Decentralized Exchange, DEX. A COEVAL enables a holder to purchase tokens, which were available at the auction at subsidized fixed rates. These tokens were only issued to those close to the management team, including family and friends. They did this to experiment with the Crowdfunding Option, which turned out in their favor and the company ended up making history. The management team was very happy and satisfied with this.
The COEVAL contacts volume on Waves DEX was about 15 BTC, which is an equivalent of $60,749.70 in legal tender terms. This is equivalent to almost a third of the total Bancor volume total on Bittrex. This is also equal to sixty times the Chrono’s volume of the same exchange. Bancor and Chrono are normally used by ICO’s as benchmarks due to their outstanding performances in 2017.
The unique blend of high-quality operations and an outstanding management team are the reasons for the success behind Monkey Capital. Daniel Mark Harrison is the Managing Partner and the brain behind Monkey Capital, which was formed in April 2014. He also holds the title of Chairman and CEO of Daniel Mark Harrison and Co., a renowned family company with operations in England, Hong Kong, Singapore, and Bangkok.
Daniel Mark Harrison has had his stories published in various articles, both in print and on online platforms, including The Wall Street Journal, TheStreet.com, Forbes, Portfolio Magazine, and The Daily Dot. He has also been a frequent guest on various business news channels, which include CNN, Reuters, and Bloomberg. One of Daniel Mark Harrison’s achievements is the development of the Factory Banking concept. He managed to translate this into a modern-day model of transactions and businesses on the Internet of Things, IoT, and economy. His most recent project is a new pricing model, which is set to challenge the validity of pricing models on a Free Market Economy. He borrowed this concept from the Bipolar Market Equilibrium Economy.