The Jewish newspaper Haaretz has been a pioneer in the field of digital advertising, providing media clients with digital advertising solutions.
The publication also recently announced that it has signed a deal with a blockchain technology company to develop a solution for online ads that could be used by advertisers.
In a statement, Haaretz said it had signed a memorandum of understanding with the Blockchain and Digital Media Group.
The Haaretz group, which was founded in 2016 by an Israeli software engineer, was previously known as Blockchain Media Group and has focused on digital advertising since 2014.
Haaretz CEO Gideon Levy said in a statement that the collaboration with Blockchain Media would create an innovative digital advertising solution.
He noted that the digital advertising model has been used by several other media companies, and said the Blockchain Media group will offer the Haaretz platform with a complete set of digital ad solutions for advertisers to use.
“The Blockchain Media team will develop a unique digital advertising service for the Haifa-based company.
This solution will help advertisers achieve a better return on their investment in digital advertising and also allow them to offer new and interesting products and services,” he added.
Bitcoin has been the most popular cryptocurrency in Israel, which has a population of more than 2 million.
The country has also had a long-running feud with neighboring Palestine over the status of the state’s Jewish population, with the Palestinians claiming that the Jewish state has no right to exist.
Israel’s Chief Rabbinate has been pushing for the Palestinian state to recognize Israel as the Jewish one since 1948, but the move has faced fierce opposition from the Arab world and has become increasingly contentious.