Bitcoin is a computerized and digitally distributed currency. The first version of Bitcoin was developed in 2008 by a group of people calling itself Satoshi Nakamoto. The uniqueness of Bitcoin is that it is a completely self-contained coin that does not depend on any economic body whatsoever.
The reports include examples of Hebrew emails tailored to fool Israelis.
The move aims to prevent the abuse of digital coins.
The month-long project will test the use of digital currency to support local businesses during a peak tourist event in the city.
Bitcoin surged to near $20,000 in late 2017, the peak of a bubble driven by retail investors that pushed cryptocurrencies onto the agenda of mainstream financial firms.
Bitcoin has now lost about 75 percent of its value since peaking in December.
To help acquaint Christian visitors to the museum, FOZ set up a large, colorful display inside the main venue for the Feast of Tabernacles events
"It does create a rising price, creates more buyers ... If you don't understand it, you get much more excited," Buffett said on CNBC television. "People like to speculate, they like to gamble."
Cryptocurrency is a force to be reckoned with and will become an integral part of our lives in the years to come.
At least several thousand Israelis have invested in digital currencies, raising questions as to taxation.
Bitcoin has been in the news of late, but many are in the dark about this new currency."In Jerusalem" offers a ‘Bitcoin 101’ on digital assets designed to work as a medium of exchange.