Israel will launch its first bitcoin-backed payment plan by 2020, according to a new plan to address the cash crunch in the country.
The plan, called Amazons Payment Plan, is part of an effort by the government to bring more businesses into the digital world by enabling online payments for goods and services.
The new plan, which was unveiled Thursday, comes at a time when the cash crisis is taking a toll on many businesses, from restaurants to hotels.
The government will start by issuing a “banking card” that will allow people to buy and sell bitcoin and other digital currencies, and then expand it to other goods and financial services.
The Amazon Payment Plan will allow individuals to pay with bitcoin, the country’s currency.
“The idea is to enable people to be able to make purchases and to be in the digital space,” Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said in a statement.
“The plan is based on the principle that it’s better for society if you are able to buy things with your money, than it is if you have to use cash.
We are in the process of creating a new kind of money that will not exist in the future, but we are not yet ready to introduce it.”
The plan, dubbed the Amazouns Payment Plan or Amazoon card, will be launched with the launch of a new government service called the National Electronic Payment Service, or NEPS.
This service will allow Israelis to buy, sell and exchange bitcoin and electronic currencies.
According to the government’s website, the NEPS will allow businesses to pay customers with bitcoin through “an easy-to-use system,” a “simple” interface, and the ability to create and sell “digital currencies.”
The service will also enable customers to exchange bitcoin for other currencies.
The system will also allow customers to pay employees in bitcoin and earn income.
To make sure the new system is secure, the government will establish a special code for bitcoin payments, which will be available for “certain national service providers.”
The new government code will also be made available for the purchase of goods and other services.
A similar plan was also launched in May 2017, with a similar code available for purchases.
According for the plan, the goal is to “provide a digital cash service to individuals and businesses, enabling them to spend their savings, and to transfer their money into their local currency.”
The plan will also encourage companies to make the transition from cash to digital currencies by creating a “virtual currency exchange” that would allow merchants to accept bitcoin as payment.
The idea is that merchants will be able, for example, accept payments for their own merchandise with the use of virtual currency, and charge customers for those items, instead of the traditional payment system.
The new plan will be open to companies with 500 employees or more, and will allow companies to offer their employees bitcoin payments for free.
To help with the transition, the plan also encourages businesses to invest in digital technology.
According to the plan’s website: “The government will work to develop digital payment systems that are compatible with the new digital currency and will establish special financial service providers to provide the necessary services to companies that need them.”
The government plans to introduce a national service for bitcoin transactions in 2020.
In addition to the new payment plan, it plans to provide additional incentives for businesses to accept digital currencies.
It will allow the creation of a digital currency exchange and the creation and issuance of digital currencies in the national currency, the National Coin Exchange, to be established.
The National Coin Exchanges will be based on a system that will “allow the establishment and exchange of digital currency through digital currencies with a maximum of 10,000 units and a minimum of 5,000,” according to the program.
In addition to creating the new National Coin exchange, the program aims to create a national digital currency bank and an exchange for digital currencies through an online marketplace.
This bank will be managed by the National Bank of Israel, which is the government-owned national bank.
The purpose of the online platform is to create an online platform for bitcoin and the national digital currencies to be traded online, said the statement.
The government plan also aims to develop the “National Digital Currency Banking Program,” which will allow citizens to make and exchange digital currencies using the “national banking system.”
It is expected to be launched in 2020, with the aim of “providing financial services and economic opportunities to those individuals and companies who are willing to accept bitcoins and other virtual currencies,” the statement said.
The new bitcoin-focused plan is part, according the statement, of an ongoing effort by Netanyahu to “reinforce the countrys economic growth, to strengthen the country as a center for innovation, and promote the digital economy.”
It comes as the government is expected on Thursday to introduce legislation that will legalize bitcoin transactions, which would pave the way for bitcoin exchanges and other online businesses.
In October, the Israeli government approved a bill that would open the country to the