The Bitcoin machine, a small computer that is capable of accepting payments from anyone in the world, has been installed in a bitcoin shop in Jerusalem.

The machine was purchased in 2014 and is powered by a Raspberry Pi computer, according to The Jerusalem Times.

The kiosk has two buttons on the front and one on the back that control the operation of the machine.

The front button can be used to pay, while the back button can turn on a LED light that shows the status of the transaction.

The Bitcoin machine was recently installed in the “Bitcoin shop” of a Jerusalem restaurant in the capital.

It was installed by a customer who had ordered the machine and was not given the opportunity to pay.

“I saw it and said, ‘I’m sorry, I have to pay,'” said the customer, who did not want to be identified by name.

The customer paid the fee using a debit card that was used in the shop to pay for the purchase of the bitcoin machine.

The ATM accepts bitcoin as well as bitcoin cash, a digital currency that is backed by a global digital network.

The bitcoin machine’s installation has sparked controversy in Israel, where the government is currently debating the future of the cryptocurrency.

The country has no formal regulation of bitcoin, which has been around since 2013.

The machines are powered by solar panels and can be connected to a power grid.