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Israel’s stock exchange unveils blockchain lending platform

The Tel Aviv Stock Exchange (TASE) has announced the development of a blockchain-powered securities lending platform that the bourse operator Read more: www.ccn.com

Israel-based Entrée Capital pulls in $80m for second technology fund

Israel-based early-stage investor Entrée Capital Ventures has pulled in $80m for its second tech fund targeting the country. Read more: fintech.global

Israeli FinTech investments doubled in Q1 compared to the same quarter...

>Investment in Israeli FinTech companies was historically healthy in Q1 2018 with $115.1m invested across 10 deals Read more: fintech.global

Munich Re partners with Fraugster to combat online fraud

German-Israeli startup Fraugster, established in 2014, has developed an algorithm that checks in milliseconds whether online payment transactions Read more: coverager.com

Atidot picks up $5m Series A led by Vertex Ventures

Life insurance big data platform Atidot has picked up $5m in its Series A funding round led by Vertex Ventures. Read more: fintech.global

OurCrowd opens London office to support rising interest from UK investors

Israel-based crowdfunding platform OurCrowd has opened a new office in London to support its rising number of British investors. Read more: fintech.global

Blender said to close $16m debt and equity round

Israel-based P2P lender Blender has reportedly closed a $16m round comprised of debt and equity. Read more: fintech.global

Israel confirms it will tax Bitcoin as property

Israel has confirmed that it will treat cryptocurrencies as taxable assets in a new circular published on Monday. Read more: www.coindesk.com

OurCrowd launched 13th investment fund, just weeks after previous fund close

Crowdfunding platform OurCrowd has launched its 13th fund on $50m, just weeks after the launch of its previous vehicle. Read more: fintech.global

Israel becomes the first Middle-East country to accept Alipay

Israel Credit Card (ICC, CAL) and OneBill have announced they will be cooperating with Chinese payment market leader Alipay to facilitate payments, Read more: www.finextra.com