The e-Residency program of Lithuania just launched, but it’s still in its early alpha stage.

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.

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The sleeping generation

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:…

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Why losing 130,000€ made me the happiest man alive (Part 2)

Welcome to the second part of the post series “Why losing 130,000€ made me the happiest man alive”! For those of you who missed the first part, in these articles I describe how I amended the biggest mistake of my youth (buying a house). Cue the dramatic intro music… It took him more than a decade, but finally, after working his ass off to have…

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Why losing 130,000€ made me the happiest man alive (Part 1)

Some time ago, I was finally able to get rid of my house and the associated mortgage and account in Spain. I’m a free man now. However, this catharsis has come at a price. Concretely, 130,000€. That’s the money I’ve lost, all things considered, as a result of buying my house in Spain more than 13 years ago. In this blog post series, I want…

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