Daniel is a partner at German law firm Schnittker Möllmann Partners where he is heading the firm's digital assets & blockchain practice group. He advises all range of clients on tokenization and blockchain-related business models, transactions and regulatory policy. As part of his policy-related work, he has been directly involved in the legislative initiatives on the planned introduction of blockchain-based electronic securities as well as the regulation of digital assets custody under German law.
In addition, Daniel is a Senior Fellow at the Wharton School and co-founder of regular international working groups on blockchain regulation/DeFi as well as blockchain governance hosted by the Wharton School.
In this year's The Best Lawyers® in Germany edition the US publishing house in cooperation with business daily Handelsblatt® commend Daniel as one of Germany's best lawyers for capital markets law.