Blockchain technology - designed to reduce fraud and corruption - is winning hearts in Israel
An analysis of the Blockchain industry in Israel.
Israel’s Supreme Court has ruled yesterday that banks cannot limit the activity of bank account associated with the crypto industry.
The Israeli Tax Authority has released an official circular describing how cryptocurrencies will be taxed as property.
Israel is considering the creation of a national cryptocurrency “digital shekel,” according to local news sources.
Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu claims banks will disappear -- Bitcoin could replace them.
Vitalik Buterin: cryptocurrencies may eventually become a part of the centralized financial systems.
Israel’s largest bank Hapoalim is currently in a trial partnership with Microsoft for a Blockchain project.
The Israeli government has recently announced, through the Israeli Securities Authority panel, that it will begin scrutinizing ICOs more carefully, and potentia...
Special Counsel Roy Keidar of law firm Yigal Arnon & Co examines how Blockchain could provide the answer to the anti-money laundering issues that cryptocurrenci...
Bitcoin was dealt a major beating by the district judiciary when they ruled against Bits of Gold, a cryptocurrency broker in Tel Aviv.
Pressure grows on global governments to issue Bitcoin licenses to manage the cryptocurrency-related concerns.
Social media panned the efforts of ‘Israeli Bitcoin activists’ to criticize Bitmain, while one industry commentator said it was the “result of centralization at...
The legal trial related to defunct Israeli exchange Coin.mx has slowed down after the prosecution produced a new witness. Coin.mx is under suspicion for operati...
Facebook’s secure messaging app - WhatsApp may not be secure for long, as an Israeli firm boasts it can break its end-to-end encryption through a backpack-conta...
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