Israel’s first bitcoin exchange launches

Bitcoin is back, and the Israeli startup Numis Network Marketing has launched its own bitcoin exchange.

Numis is the first digital currency exchange in the Middle East.

The exchange launched in the capital, Tel Aviv, on Tuesday, with the goal of helping the country’s startup ecosystem to thrive.

“Bitcoin is not just a payment system,” said the company’s CEO, Amos Tselem, adding that the new platform aims to help people access the cryptocurrency in a safe, anonymous and secure manner.

“It is a payment and exchange platform.

It can be used to buy goods and services with bitcoin.

And its very secure and it’s secure for both users and merchants.”

The company said it would also be working with government officials, including Finance Minister Naftali Bennett, to develop a new cryptocurrency.

The government will create a task force to regulate the bitcoin market.

The aim is to protect users from money laundering and terrorism financing, Tseem said.

The first exchange in Israel is not the only one in the region.

Bitcoin exchange Cryptsy launched in December in Tel Aviv’s Old City, where it quickly gained popularity among young Israelis.

The company recently added a second, larger location, in Jerusalem, which has been the scene of protests against the construction of the West Bank barrier and the establishment of a Jewish-only settlement.

In January, Israeli authorities issued a cease-fire agreement with Palestinian militants and the government began cracking down on cyberattacks.

But the situation has not improved for the cryptocurrency.

A number of cryptocurrency exchanges have been shut down in the past year, including CoinJar and BTC.com, which are still operating in the country.

The new digital currency also faces regulatory challenges.

In January, the Israel Securities Authority ruled that cryptocurrency trading could not be done in a public or registered exchange.

However, the new exchange will operate as a privately owned company.

It will be the first of its kind in the United States, according to CoinJar.

The cryptocurrency was first introduced in 2009 and was a payment network for digital currencies and other financial products.

It was later expanded to other digital currencies including Bitcoin.

Bitcoin was launched in 2009.

It is a digital currency that is backed by no central authority and is not backed by a central bank.

Bitcoin is based on a distributed, peer-to-peer network.

The blockchain is a shared database that records transactions.

Bitcoin’s value soared in 2013 after the launch of its first cryptocurrency, Ethereum.

Its value has since skyrocketed, reaching $2.3 billion by February 2018.