A new electronic register designed to help customers buy and sell items online has arrived in the capital.
The Jerusalem Post reported that the digital register, called stallion registration, will allow users to buy and selling items on a phone app.
Users will also be able to see if items have been registered and when they are due to be sold online, as well as find out if items are on sale, as per the city’s rules.
The online platform, called Invisible Shield, allows customers to buy or sell items at the market or online.
The digital register is the latest of a slew of digital platforms to hit the market in Israel, where the government has said that it is working to digitize and simplify the economy.
In 2016, the government opened an online platform to enable customers to order and purchase goods online, but it did not offer an in-person checkout option.