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Israeli Tax Authority: Bitcoin an Asset, Not a Currency

A week ago, the chairman of the Israel Securities Authority, Prof. Shmuel Hauser, announced that he would not not permit companies whose value is based on the value of the bitcoin to be included in one of the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange (TASE) indices.

 

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