Estonia's ambitious e-residency program is gaining traction but still has a way to go

The Estonian e-residency programme is celebrating its two-year anniversary in 2017. Here's an update, courtesy of local journalist Vahur Orrin.
Estonia's ambitious e-residency program is gaining traction but still has a way to go

Editor's note: this is a guest post from Vahur Orrin, an Estonia-based freelance journalist and media consultant.

The Estonian e-residency programme is celebrating its two-year anniversary in 2017, and the idea of digital identity has attracted much attention from all over the world to the small country in northern Europe – even the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and The Pacific (ESCAP) has published a report on the role of Estonia’s e-residency programme in advancing the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.

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