This week, Natalie Novick and Andrii Degeler talk about the rush for financial licences in Lithuania, Revolut’s standoff with Lithuanian authorities, the future of work, and more. Also, check out an interview with MEP Julia Reda on the Copyright Directive.
Vilnius-founded mobility platform Trafi has announced the launch of a new multimodal mobility app called Jelbi in partnership with BVG, the main public transport company in Berlin. The app is expected to launch in early summer this year. Jelbi will allow urban travellers to switch between different modes of transportation — such as public transport, […]
The challenger bank Revolut has just become an actual bank by securing a European licence, which it applied for through the Bank of Lithuania. The company plans to start offering protected current accounts, overdrafts, and loans in early 2019. Thanks to the EU’s “bank passport” system, the licence received in Lithuania allows Revolut to offer […]
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Tech.eu today released an in-depth report on the Baltic startup ecosystem(s) at the Digital Freedom Festival in Riga. The report features an data-driven look at how the technology startup scenes in Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia have evolved in the past four years, zooming in on trends in funding and M&A transactions. The report also features […]