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CTech's Monday Roundup of Israeli Tech News

Israeli tech leaders appeal to Supreme Court to dethrone prime minister Netanyahu; A quarter of Israelis are poor, report says

CTech 14:4509.12.19

Israeli tech leaders appeal to Supreme Court to dethrone prime minister Netanyahu. Last month, Netanyahu became the first sitting prime minister in Israel's history to be indicted in a criminal case having been charged with bribery, fraud, and breach of trust in three separate corruption cases. Read more

 

A quarter of Israelis are poor, report says. Latet, Israel’s largest nonprofit organization, published its annual poverty report Monday. Read more

 

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Peregrine Ventures raises fourth $115 million fund. The Israeli medtech venture firm now has over $200 million under management. Read more

 

Do not throw away your shot to enjoy Hamilton just because you cannot hear It. Tel Aviv-based startup GalaPro develops an app that makes live shows accessible for the blind, the deaf, and the hearing impaired. It is currently being used in 90% of Broadway musicals. Read more

 

List | Land of tech and honey: 5 Israeli startups that tackle the dwindling bee population. From improving bee health through automating beehive care, to creating artificial pollination devices, below are five Israeli startups looking to solve the problem of the disappearing bee. Read more

 

This Tel Aviv startup wants to make bitcoin payments a breeze. Breez develops an app that enables the swift transfer of bitcoin between users, just like any other payment app. Read more