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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.
NEWS
technology

Daily Byte: 10.25.2018

Oct 25th, 2018
Frederick Reese
Sony ups the cold storage game, Binance publicizes charitable contributions, and more legal drama in Plattsburgh and India.
NEWS
technology

Daily Byte: 10.24.2018

Oct 24th, 2018
Frederick Reese
Coinbase adds custody services, Japan lets its crypto association self-regulate, and the HTC Exodus only takes crypto.
NEWS
technology

Daily Byte: 10.23.2018

Oct 23rd, 2018
Frederick Reese
An improbable cold storage hack, celebrities using crypto, a growing crypto job market, and Bakkt to the futures.
NEWS
technology

Daily Byte: 10.22.2018

Oct 22nd, 2018
Frederick Reese
Armenia puts one foot in the crypto mining circle, Washington state takes one foot out, and the Ether short market gets shaken all about.
NEWS
technology

Daily Byte: 10.19.2018

Oct 19th, 2018
Frederick Reese
Venezuela moves forward with crypto plan, new blockchain phone to be unveiled, we are all living in a pirate state crypto-wise, and Elon Musk isn't giving away flamethrowers for crypto.
NEWS
technology

Daily Byte: 10.18.2018

Oct 18th, 2018
Frederick Reese
US Marshals Service set to auction off $4.2 million in bitcoin, crypto may not be as decentralized as you think, and a Norwegian man was murdered in a peer-to-peer bitcoin trade.
NEWS
technology

Daily Byte: 10.17.2018

Oct 17th, 2018
Frederick Reese
0x to be the first ERC20 token on Coinbase, Maldives denies issuing permits for crypto transactions, and a would-be Russian hacker faces five years in prison for hacking public servers.
NEWS
technology

Daily Byte: 10.16.2018

Oct 16th, 2018
Frederick Reese
Mumbai crypto scam case hits a wall, Coinbase preps for Brexit, and the Ethereum Foundation awards new development grants.
NEWS
technology

Daily Byte: 10.15.2018

Oct 15th, 2018
Frederick Reese
Roadblocks for Constantinople testing, regulatory insecurity in Britain, and who needs Twitter love when you've got DocuSign?
NEWS
world

G20 Advisory Board Claims Crypto Is A Developing Threat

Oct 11th, 2018
Frederick Reese
Earlier this month, an IMF report fretted about cryptocurrency's risk to economic systems. Another international body is worried, too.
NEWS
wallets and exchanges

Rain Seeks To Become Persian Gulf's First Licensed Cryptocurrency Exchange

Oct 10th, 2018
Frederick Reese
'Sandboxed' crypto exchange Rain attempts to be the region's first exchange with central bank approval. Distrust and cultural challenges, however, mean it has a steep hill to climb.
NEWS
law and legislation

Cryptocurrency Angel Investor Files Complaint Against AT&T For SIM Hijacking

Aug 15th, 2018
Frederick Reese
Cryptocurrency angel investor Michael Terpin alleges that AT&T failed to offer identity protection, leading to a theft of $24 million in cryptocurrency.
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world

The Bahamas Intends To Become The Global Testing Ground For Government Blockchain Integration

Jun 26th, 2018
Frederick Reese
During a recent speech, the deputy prime minister of the Bahamas suggested that the island nation may be the ideal testing ground for blockchain integration and is examining a possible central bank digital currency.
NEWS
opinion

Do The Exits Of TRON And ICON Indicate Trouble Brewing For Ethereum?

Jun 25th, 2018
Frederick Reese
Is the timing of the departures a coincidence or a reflection of deeper problems?
NEWS
cryptocurrencies and tokens

Will Akon’s AKoin Break The Trend Of Underperforming Charity Cryptocurrencies?

Jun 20th, 2018
Frederick Reese
Many imagined that the advent of cryptocurrency would usher in a new age of charitable fundraising. In light of a crowded market and lackluster performance so far, will singer Akon’s star power be enough to buck the trend?
NEWS
wallets and exchanges

$31.5M Hack Of South Korea's Bithumb Exchange Exposes Growing ‘Hot Wallet’ Problem

Jun 20th, 2018
Frederick Reese
This morning, the second South Korean cryptocurrency exchange in two weeks announced it has been hacked. There is a trending problem with online wallet security, a lack of urgency in protecting funds, and waning confidence in the cryptocurrency markets.
NEWS
technology

Allegations Against Popular Android Emulator Shows Rising Threat of ‘Cryptojacking’

Jun 19th, 2018
Frederick Reese
Accusations against Android emulator Andy OS of surreptitiously installing a cryptocurrency miner on unsuspecting users’ computers reflect rising cases of malware mining, or cryptojacking.
NEWS
technology

Ripple’s Chief Cryptographer Says That DLT Usage Isn’t ‘There Yet’

Jun 15th, 2018
Frederick Reese
Ripple, the cryptocurrency answer to the real-time remittance, payment, and settlement problem, admits that a blockchain global payment solution may not be ready for prime time.
opinion

Is Rash Of Recent Cryptocurrency Thefts A Wake-Up Call For Better Security?

Jun 17th, 2018
Frederick Reese
In light of the increase in exchange and wallet hacks, and even a few armed robberies, should the crypto community be looking for bank-like or commodity-level security for cryptocurrencies?
NEWS
opinion

RBI’s Admission That Cryptocurrency Ban Wasn't Based On Research Suggests Prejudice

Jun 13th, 2018
Frederick Reese
It was revealed that the Reserve Bank of India had no research-based justification for initiating its banking ban against cryptocurrency businesses. Was the ban influenced by prejudicial decision-making or negative press?