Israeli co INX files for first-ever US SEC recognized ICO
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Israeli co INX files for first-ever US SEC recognized ICO

Israeli cryptocurrency company INX Crypto and Derivatives will be the first company in the sector…

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Credit card cos count cost of separation from banks
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Credit card cos count cost of separation from banks

2019 has been a challenging year for Israel’s credit card companies. This is for two…

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Israeli bitcoin holders take on banks
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Israeli bitcoin holders take on banks

Holders of digital currencies in Israel, whose numbers have been growing by leaps and bounds…

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Altshuler Provident soars after first financials as public co
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Altshuler Provident soars after first financials as public co

Altshuler Shaham Provident Funds and Pension Ltd., floated on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange last…

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“Never mind the deficit, watch the demographics”
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“Never mind the deficit, watch the demographics”

It’s not the deficit, it’s the demographics – that in brief is the message from…

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After Isracard: Hapoalim Q2 profit shrinks
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After Isracard: Hapoalim Q2 profit shrinks

Bank Hapoalim (TASE: POLI) published its second quarter financial results this morning. The bank’s profit…

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Leumi Q2 profit climbs despite Leumi Card exit
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Leumi Q2 profit climbs despite Leumi Card exit

Bank Leumi (TASE: LUMI) reported higher profit for the second quarter of 2019, despite losing…

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Discount Bank Q2 profit jumps 29%
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Discount Bank Q2 profit jumps 29%

Israel Discount Bank (TASE: DSCT) reported record profit for the second quarter of 2019 in…

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German co LPA buys Israeli fintech co Modelity
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German co LPA buys Israeli fintech co Modelity

German company Lucht Probst Associates (LPA), which develops technologies for the capital market and financial…

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Colu abandons blockchain, offers to repurchase CLN tokens
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Colu abandons blockchain, offers to repurchase CLN tokens

Eighteen months after raising $19 million in an ICO (initial coin offering), Israeli startup Colu…

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