Israel’s highest court issued a temporary order Monday that prohibits banks from restricting companies’ bank accounts if those organizations are involved in cryptocurrencies, reports Finance Magnates. The case involved Leumi Bank, which blocked Israeli cryptocurrency company Bits of Gold and other Bitcoin exchanges from transacting payments. The bank claimed these exchanges were like gambling sites, giving it the right to take such restrictive action, according to the report. Read more here.

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