It was Chris Hernon who first pointed me at the news I knew would come sooner or later.
I've just responded to all questions on our latest article about borderless banking. You are welcome to leave more. https://t.co/kLqf7Px3Dx
— Kaspar Korjus (@kasparkorjus) May 26, 2017
One of the biggest issues was having a bank account in another country which you are not formally a part of. I understand the reasons but as the e-residency is a real digital identity and banking (Fintech) goes through changes its self; it makes sense that the two trends will create something new and exciting
Business banking is radically transforming for almost everyone on Earth. Estonia’s e-Residency programme has now partnered with the Finnish fintech company Holvi to provide borderless business banking to the borderless digital nation. This means a complete EU company with complete EU business banking (& a payment card) can be established entirely online.
Although I’m not planning to setup a business in Estonia anytime soon, this is exciting news and I look forward to hearing what comes next.
I almost feel like a quote from the Hacker manifesto is almost apt here.