RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Estonia, known as the world's most digitalized country, will now facilitate the opening of companies by Brazilians through a public program called e-Residency.
Applications can be made in the city of São Paulo. In the past, Brazilians were required to travel to New York, Madrid, or Lisbon to apply for digital residency in Estonia. The e-Residency is a digital identity that proves one's authenticity in digital transactions and facilitates business with European countries.
The 1.3 million-inhabitants nation has had the stimulus program for startups and innovation since 2014. It . . .