Frederick Reese is a freelance writer based in New York. He has contributed to Mint Press News, where he covered Internet issues, and Bleacher Report.
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CoinDesk contributor Frederick Reese gives an overview of trends in the digital currency and digital asset markets during 2016.
CoinDesk examines the developments (or lack thereof) that shaped the year in US blockchain regulation.
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