In this post, I explain how to apply to become a Lithuanian e-Resident of Lithuania. The e-Residency program of Lithuania is still in its early alpha stages, so there’s a lot to improve, but still, it’s perfectly doable.
A reflection on what the latest law on sexual education in Hungary is all about, and what they really fear.
Lithuania just launched its e-Residency Program, similar to the Estonian one. Even though it’s still in its early alpha stage, and won’t allow you to do much right now, it’s exciting news. Unlike the Azerbaijani one, the Lithuanian offer has the potential of becoming a serious contender in an expanding market of e-nation services.
In this episode, I analyze the total outcome of buying a house when I did and selling it (those whooping 130,000€ in losses)
I try to avoid reading the news from Spain. Since I left, I have the feeling that my country is at a perpetual standstill. The same political quarrels, the same old arguments, the same stale stories, Isabel Pantoja, Catalonia, Lefts and Rights. Nothing really changes. Today, however, I made an exception, and while having a quick look at the news, one headline called my attention:…