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New Possibilities for e-residents

e-Residency has hit record numbers and exceeded expectations for 2015. When launched in 2014, the hope was to register 5,000 e-residents in 2015.

e-Residency has hit record numbers and exceeded expectations for 2015. When launched in 2014, the hope was to register 5,000 e-residents in 2015. However, so far, over 7,600 people have signed up for the program from 121 different countries.

In the latest developments for e-residents, Estonia and Bitnation launched a cooperation partnership on 1 December, 2015. The blockchain notary service allows e-residents, regardless of where they live or do business, to notarise their marriages, birth certificates, business contracts and more on the blockchain. Read more.

New eResNetwork platform

On the eResNetwork platform, users can communicate securely with other e-residents. In addition, exclusive business offers are on offer, as well as the opportunity to build safe and trustworthy contacts and direct communication with various organisations and companies. Read more.

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Visit the e-Estonia Briefing Centre

Visit the e-Estonia Briefing Centre

The goal of e-Estonia Briefing Centre is to inspire global policy makers, political leaders, corporate executives, investors and international media with the success story of e-Estonia and build links to leading IT service providers.

The e-Estonia Briefing Centre has become a must-see destination, hosting over 10,000 international decision-makers every year. Make sure to book your visit in advance.

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