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Frederick Reese

Guest Writer, ETHNews | guestwriter@ethnews.com

Frederick Reese is a politics and cryptocurrency reporter based in New York. He is also a former teacher, an early adopter of bitcoin and Litecoin, and an enthusiast of all things geeky and nerdy.
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Daily Byte: Monday, November 26, 2018

Nov 26th, 2018
Frederick Reese
The Hash War is over, Germany takes on tax fraud, Hong Kong and Gibraltar welcome new regulatory-compliant crypto businesses, and Overstock gets out of the retail business.
NEWS
technology

Daily Byte: Wednesday, November 21, 2018

Nov 21st, 2018
Frederick Reese
Crypto lawsuits are on the rise, UK may snub crypto derivatives business, and India set to clarify stance on crypto.
NEWS
technology

Daily Byte: Tuesday, November 20, 2018

Nov 20th, 2018
Frederick Reese
DOJ refocuses bitcoin price pumping investigation, university offers digital diplomas, Make-A-Wish hit by hackers, and North Dakota goes after fraudulent ICO.
NEWS
technology

Daily Byte: Monday, November 19, 2018

Nov 19th, 2018
Frederick Reese
Switzerland moves forward with crypto ETP, US Air Force goes full in with blockchain for supply chain, Thailand records primary election on blockchain. Plus, more Bitcoin Cash nonsense.
NEWS
technology

Daily Byte: Friday, November 16, 2018

Nov 16th, 2018
Frederick Reese
All is quiet – so far – on the Bitcoin Cash front, nVidia’s bet on crypto goes sour, SEC puts Voorhees under the microscope, and Microsoft gets in the game.
NEWS
technology

Daily Byte: Thursday, November 15, 2018

Nov 15th, 2018
Frederick Reese
Bitcoin Cash splits, IBM targets Thailand, crypto malware infests the Google Play Store, crypto Ponzi scheme busted in Japan, and accountants claim that ‘institutionalization’ is crypto’s only hope.
NEWS
technology

Daily Byte: Wednesday, November 14, 2018

Nov 14th, 2018
Frederick Reese
Customizable mining malware is on the loose, Marshall Islands readies national cryptocurrency, cryptocurrency gets thumbs up from Islamic scholars, and Twitter hackers strike again.
NEWS
technology

Daily Byte: Tuesday, November 13, 2018

Nov 13th, 2018
Frederick Reese
Ethereum bug found, blockchain platform rolls out for oil, China’s central bank is not impressed with blockchain, and crypto gets into the film industry…again.
NEWS
technology

Daily Byte: Monday, November 12, 2018

Nov 12th, 2018
Frederick Reese
An exchange cuts and runs, South Korea pushes crypto fund to close, IBM takes on scientific research, and Swedish man sentenced.
NEWS
technology

Daily Byte: Thursday, November 8, 2018

Nov 8th, 2018
Frederick Reese
France cuts crypto tax, no national cryptocurrency for Israel, and South Korean lawyers want crypto framework. Plus, Venezuela takes Petro to OPEC.
NEWS
technology

Daily Byte: Wednesday, November 7, 2018

Nov 7th, 2018
Frederick Reese
UAE gets a crypto exchange, BTCC is finished mining, and hackers go after Gate.io.
NEWS
technology

Daily Byte: Tuesday, November 6, 2018

Nov 6th, 2018
Frederick Reese
A crypto fight in the Pacific, the Twitter scams are gaining steam, and crypto mining is worse than actual mining. Plus, Bitmain reveals new mining rigs.
NEWS
technology

Daily Byte: Monday, November 5, 2018

Nov 5th, 2018
Frederick Reese
Intel processors have a security hole, anonymous crypto takes a blow in Taiwan, and T.I. gets sued. Plus, Ethereum contracts may be dangerously homogeneous.
NEWS
cryptocurrencies and tokens

Bitcoin White Paper At 10: Looking Back

Oct 31st, 2018
Frederick Reese
No one knows for sure where Bitcoin is going, but we do know where it's been.
NEWS
technology

Daily Byte: Friday, November 2, 2018

Nov 2nd, 2018
Frederick Reese
Crypto is back in the news for illicit use, Buterin wants less influence, and CryptoKitties are on the loose.
NEWS
technology

Daily Byte: Thursday, November 1, 2018

Nov 1st, 2018
Frederick Reese
North Korea is probably still stealing crypto, millennials distrust the financial market, and the banks are taking over crypto. Plus, subscriptions come to Ethereum.
NEWS
technology

Daily Byte: Wednesday, October 31, 2018 (Bitcoin 10th Anniversary Edition)

Oct 31st, 2018
Frederick Reese
In this very special bitcoin-heavy edition of the Daily Byte: a stable bitcoin, Yellen's not buying, a bitcoin exchange gone wrong, and the Feds are in the bitcoin business. Plus, private transactions on the main Ethereum blockchain.
NEWS
technology

Daily Byte: October 30, 2018

Oct 30th, 2018
Frederick Reese
Ethereum’s family reunion kicks off, OKEx prunes some trading pairs, and SC Johnson fights to clean the ocean but researchers say it's too late.
NEWS
technology

Daily Byte: Monday, October 29, 2018

Oct 29th, 2018
Frederick Reese
Coincheck still in the red post-hack, Coinbase fires 15, Belgium issues new fraud alert, EOS block producer says bitcoin and Ethereum are energy hogs, blockchain film premieres, and Ethereum gets a new best friend.
NEWS
technology

Daily Byte: 10.26.2018

Oct 26th, 2018
Frederick Reese
Australia Post simplifies exchange selfies, Mastercard seeks to reshape crypto transactions, the Royal Mint is getting out of the stablecoin game, and bitcoin is property – per a Chinese court.