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24H News Roundup June 29: Switzerland Needs Not To Amend Current Tax For Blockchain-Based Arrangements

18:07 Monday , June 29th 2020
[Policy]
1. Zimbabwe blocked all mobile money payments as its currency collapses;
2. South Korean turned to blockchain tech to more securely store clinical diabetes data;
3. Switzerland needs not to amend its current tax legislation to cover blockchain-based arrangements, the Federal Council believes.
[Cryptocurrency]
1. The new Ethereum 2.0 Testnet 'Altona' started rolling with four different clients this time, including Prysm, Teku, Lighthouse and Nimbus, according to the latest tweet from Bitfly.
[Exchange & Wallet]
1. Loopring Exchange announced to list the PNK / ETH trading pair.
[Others]
1. Beam has completed the Eager Electron 5.0 hard fork upgrade at 16:52 UTC on June 28 with the block height reaching 777777;
2. NetCents Technology announced that it will add the US to its cryptocurrency credit card program;
3. Russia's blockchain-based E-Vote system suffered a node attack;
4. The IOTA Foundation, a non-profit that supports distributed ledger technologies, has announced three phases en route to the removal of the centralized coordinator: Pollen, Nectar, and Honey;
5. The Maker Foundation Interim Risk Team has placed a series of Governance Polls into the voting system which presents adjustments to the Base Rate, and WBTC Debt Ceiling.