e-residency

The UN and Jack Ma partner with Estonia’s e-residency to empower startups in developing countries

The United Nations has announced it is partnering with Estonia’s e-residency to empower entrepreneurs in developing countries to make starting a company easier. The programme is called “e-Trade for All” and it was unveiled in Geneva on 25 April 2017 at the e-commerce week of the United Nations Conference on …

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Britons are increasingly applying for e-residency to digitally remain in the EU

An increasing number of Britons are applying for the Estonian e-residency, which enables them to conduct business within the European Union while living in the UK – even after Britain leaves the European Union. Estonia is the first country to offer e-residency – a transnational digital identity available to anyone …

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After Brexit, British entrepreneurs are looking to the future – and Estonia

Estonian e-residency offers British entrepreneurs the opportunity to securely run an EU business online, even after Brexit. Meet some of the Brits who are already using it to build businesses of the future, from advanced tech entrepreneurs to location-independent digital nomads. The future has arrived It’s early morning on a …

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Nasdaq completes a blockchain technology test in Estonia

Nasdaq Stock Market, the second-largest exchange in the world, has successfully completed a blockchain technology test to run e-voting on its Estonian exchange. The technology allows the shareholders of companies listed on Nasdaq’s Tallinn Stock Exchange to vote in shareholder meetings using e-voting through Estonia’s e-residency platform. Now the stock …

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E-residency brings Estonia closer to Vietnam in business cooperation

The Vietnamese business people have discovered Estonia and its global digital identity programme called e-residency. When Estonia’s new president, Kersti Kaljulaid, visited her country’s booth at the largest tech conference in the region, Slush, in the Finnish capital Helsinki, she met an almost rock-star welcome by a small, but energetic …

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Finland, Russia and the US top the e-residency applicants’ list

The most applications for the Estonian e-residency programme come from Finland, Russia and the United States. According to an e-residency statistics website, 16.5% of the applicants – or 2,535 people – are from Finland. The Russian Federation is second with 7.92%; 1,216 people from Russia have applied for the e-residency. …

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The Estonian president invites everyone to become an e-resident

Kersti Kaljulaid, the Estonian president, called business people around the world to take an advantage of her country’s e-residency programme that entitles everyone, everywhere to securely identify them online, open and run a location-independent business and take advantage of a marketplace of services specifically for e-residents. “Even though there are …

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Estonia to kick off an international technology conference in Helsinki

Enterprise Estonia, the e-residency programme and the Tallinn Music Week festival will host the official opening party, Enter e-Estonia, of the international technology conference, Slush, in Helsinki, Finland, on 29 November. Taking place in the three-chambered heart of the Helsinki nightlife – Kuudes Linja, Kaiku and Stidilä complex – in …

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Estonian residents and e-residents can now open bank accounts remotely

The new Estonian regulation will allow banks to open current (checking) accounts for Estonian residents and e-residents without the need for the customer to visit a branch. “We will make opening a bank account easier and faster for everyone, including e-residents,” the Estonian finance minister, Sven Sester, said. “We want …

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Angela Merkel becomes Estonian e-resident

The German chancellor, Angela Merkel, was presented with an Estonian e-residency card during her two-day visit to Tallinn. Germany and Estonia have become formidable allies in recent years. Estonia has supported many European policies of Merkel’s cabinet and Germany, on the other hand, is more sympathetic than before, when it …

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