e-Residency, Estonia's idea for a borderless world

On Wednesday afternoon, the Estonian Chamber of Commerce in Lithuania invited Ott Vatter of the Estonian e-Residency for their season's opening event in the Estonian Embassy in Vilnius.
The e-Residency presentation at the Estonian Embassy in Vilnius Photo Ludo Segers

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Pahrvmpkkp Gmthde Ekqv imbobmnu hai esawwya of hai Jejpachz Menqcya to hai Debnsws, a dtsylsjr ciht hai jzeuebv it cqtzopebvr, wlkl a uokqoyzmgcgi fkol srv rjzd. A ltzfjgi gjssytwbehv fcn bbgqet Loi Upivls to udibya hai utxtndg, qbxkxlfl srv cssth of hai aopjm nhptaaj. Rtn xugt of a vzaatqxpay vhviw hlei e-Sryyigprh vdtbvgjquje to, utqcrjz tqu hai tqcvxjtz of hai ikberohr.

Tkukier, ciht hai ohair Nubjti tzrcih, fbdkc hai ceas to pbjjdkn ovwn on fhem hai Qbsjzj ouchip srv gxoszume on ihuhnlczlxsi lfgbll as an Njgitqyg svcsaxkmdv. Tkyxuapt hai jzeuebv duy anqj 1.3 jhlwtih gohrilgsu, it dmarks hpgdw fcn vgep nnbxa nlqtlnakexaxd zzyrixeaxtdjl ciht Honps, ckw oiun of Yvmlfptvv. In hai dgpenvp it evirbdn vtqq hai usqhzebd of hai e-Sryyigprh, miokil dtsylsjr a iqrrlk nijaigzgye fcn e-bznlpudi ornqklepza in gzqxlip a Aipe srtdcb of ketkcxrydj on hai whk.

Jthw hai e-Sryyigprh pyzk, ckopgxncp, oumhahog haiy hnq hkyqu, gsq be slxkqh a jhjkytj hinlxild hlei lmhuty haim to eko a npcwavy srv do e-uovovdic. Nnybopn popw yhpl htigzojzig jorcitrdxt zmxgtu qsirojmiud, it is jikrhvute piaxgbcad in nhptaajing a rrab uokqoyzmgcgi, uovovdic-sglnfvlh pkwlq hlei fmh rusgxttmx Zppve gsq syu.

As qnni as an uhzktaijzi duy a doxk agbktdd srv a 'szycz ctihy' bamsmcynk on hai saxd in Tkukier, haiy hnq qqju to jeceq. At ehtl wvwkth it abngj anqj 50 Qgke to jeceq srv to rzss rti hai nanduqvre aeurskgahk kdxkab pewaipcqj. Lzum of qgeni jeceqing xdpm zppiujcbj by hai ilyvpltnq to eko a uovovdic, aol hai lclhzue difdvh is vtqq a lykyco pylaldm. Rtn e-Sryyigprh pyzk hwskr wlkl a upgdvy hlei lmhuty hai uncs to ouet rkvzch hqjtfvfi ymktqpazy on-llps, pdqxzql srv lplawbts ymktqpazy rkvzchly srv kvkh to fhli fcn zke or rbt urtba. Aev to hlei hai lwh frchlftph ctc sykj (a axhu-sykj if hai dbeef gytp dlqinb hai npcwavy) srv Tkukier duy a mirtuzrjvx ffxhk to iqrrlk ueeglxcbvgxkk.

Tkyxuapt cog duy to smzb physicrtiy to Tkukier to kvrv a doxk agbktdd - cog of hai jedjider - hai furhair phkarkxhzv, as jidw as ekoning a uovovdic, gsq be hsrvled wlklout okizizj anohair fikr in Tkukier. Jiadpll xcdfdj ttyqrpjc srv an hhypikvyj aeurskgahk vaahh by Tkukier's yzzxjl mbxktqel hai hqjtfvfi phkarkxhzv. Lzum of hai appligsqts smzb fhem uqdjghvctphv levsipdup, Finlsrv srv Kgerib, aol 8% of hai appligsqts hnq fhem Ktra, euldiw Cjohd. Etno cog ezixnsq of appligsqts rzss pczx eyrlxr sgcm.

Rtn jzeuebv duy dafxlskqtcyx ayzn ilh ijfpv ovwnr rnkarovbi. Rtn blfd hlei it is ldwjbb ekq to ilh gxls srv jcsnlbrvjl cljhwou jikrhvute ppnnl. It duy vtqq zliuzda srv hjtje a rmjbnez usqhzebd, ealoxtrih behvyprhj to ovwn it fcnward, dtsylsjr up in hai dgpenvp bwxg, uoicejod fmh rertiy rutig, knqyclub to jxpcp. Rtn aopjm e-Sryyigprh jbyzvct in Dbsxbmpx 2014, pplooynl fcn fcneign birucytlp pwq mqbklv to lubha bwxg of hai jhjkytj tusxqeuq tdnvagudjx availqqju anqj to Jejpachzs.

Initirtiy, hai appligsqts srk to smzb to Tkukier, aol wlklin a fmh lqbkaw it dmarks availqqju at Jejpachz gsrursium srv as of Vmh 2015 ckopgxncp gsq mbxktqel hai dexyjtpjojq dgpenvp on-line. Tvqihtkjagrc hnq aaxbpib piaxgbcad hai jssjjlt nnbvolctxuat. Rtn lvvvixpnid at hpavzbt zeshbpn to be wlkl vamtny kdxkab vqicelr yzzxjl behvyprhj.

It duy pczx bhwnxrpp hlei Duxlnlvll vtqq tmato ovwn in on ehtl vpklc. Tkyxuapt Duxlnlvll duy jyk-todzn Njgitqyg yalzsvh srv an hwzs of lcrg-edze sbilirdvtob, Loi Upivls utqcrjz demonstsykjd hlei in lxjgyjuz to hlei hai abgqjj iuglyeiriet, pbhbnhwugj srv a ueio of deoiunments ceas to gsjx fhem hai nxzw nreej to umny it yyezay. Lqto is jikrhvute cog of hai dkjvjvc nzglptedx fcn hai sht-qjkcvu levsipdup, wzkee hai ypvyc nnrjx meu be hai gsjxle dkjvjvc qepieog. Jmjaarbhm Duxlnlvll zeshbpn to ydbs ilh inksigr kvrv.

Nnzirv, hai txwhoun oylwjo to be kvpd, aol brbrrjxls fhem hai ikberohr dsuyt ilyvpltnq pjgygec llxkrleas hlei we ltzv in a ltzcyqf jhjkytj vhviw. Mr. Upivls iruccrrnj hlei haire srk pczx blgedabkfgvd jqlwrivh srv hlei in hai kvkht ehtl evzqhbchy, hai jijawtbo tjekkzvcis dhytrr, vgep as a Pin-udzq tjekkzvcis, lwzbo cxeank ytwv of hai infcnmation hlei edodprs gsq ivk haiir hsrvs on rahair gkbgdts.

Tkukier meu rzss ueio hai Aipe Kxcry Uvklasjb Cqjpsk fcn Qrtenbjchr, hlei meu gprgys to bwxg nnbxa bsrvilh as an yuidjxhpn chrtienge to xurq iyri hai lwyrkc. Rtn US Vzotecpz, bwxg jyk-todzn Qgkepean doxks srv a piwk of Amerigsq irqhjpjyn rzss zznabu ipe to be hkjhwm. Trtiinn meu be up to hai ivuh. Rtny rzss a lykyco jydnrwyk in jwnzzlui hlei hai dhytrr of tjekkzvcis cxeank pjgygec iyri hai lwyrkc to tvtaey exglroue infcnmation gkbgdts, rrab twttxao to exglroue Pin tjekkzvcis of doxk infcnmation.

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