European Union

'E-residents': the surprising new citizens outpacing Estonia's birthrate

A view of the old city of Tallinn June 16, 2010. The European Parliament by a big majority of votes on Wednesday approved report on Estonia's change over to the euro currency from the start of next year.    REUTERS/Ints Kalnins (ESTONIA - Tags: POLITICS CITYSCAPE) - GM1E66G1U2W01

The program includes government-issued digital identification and gives holders the right to start and run a virtual business in Estonia. Image: REUTERS/Ints Kalnins

John Detrixhe
Future of Finance Reporter, Quartz
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