Daniel Mark HarrisonEditor in Chief
Daniel M. Harrison is Editor-in-chief of Coinspeaker and Chairman & CEO of global investment company DMH&CO. He is also the author of The Millennial Reincarnations, a novel published in 2015.
Post-ICO windfalls leave beneficiaries such as Bancor and Poloniex with no choice but to buy the vintage digital assets with thriving networks.
A formula that takes into account the growth of the real world economy alongside the digital one makes some surprising claims, reveals Daniel M. Harrison.
Following huge ICO raises, the second half of the year will pound the same theme. Daniel M. Harrison explains some overlooked consequences and opportunities.
Daniel M. Harrison explains how the Blockchain became the value configuration for a decentralised economy where cooperation is the core advantage.
Pundits like Mark Cuban claim that Bitcoin is in a bubble. But Daniel M. Harrison shows how fundamentally markets are altered by the Blockchain and Ethereum.
Risk-free trading of crypto is making some traders hefty sums. Coinspeaker’s Editor-in-Chief Daniel M. Harrison shows how they are doing it so consistently.
How does an investor determine the value of a digital asset when there is often little-to-no intrinsic value that is measurable there yet? Here’s one possible method.
A recent reversal in the return premium of ETH vs. ETC due to buying by Bitcoin holders means that ETC now looks exceptionally cheap.
Ethereum has risen over 2000% in 2017. But it’s far from just another open ledger-turned-online-ATM; it’s an innovation reaching for a greater social role.
If the 25-year average is around $10,000, as increasingly looks to be the case, then it is likely that the real 25-year value of Bitcoin is in the region of $100,000 or so.
What is the intrinsic value of a unit of a Blockchain-related asset class and further, how do we predict its price momentum going forward?
In a world trading over an Internet of Things everyone will need a new way to configure value. Welcome to the era of Factory Banking where value is all configured by the Blockchain.
In this 5,000-word analysis on the differences between Bitcoin and the Blockchain, Daniel M. Harrison argues that identifying the two apart from one another has to be the first priority.