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UK based Fintech Yapily Announces New Office in Vilnius, Looks to Expand Open Banking Services Across Europe

Open banking Fintech Yapily, a London-based startup, will open an office in Vilnius, Lithuania, the company’s third European office. Yapily notes that it joins a number of UK Fintechs including Revolut, Curve, and Square that have operations in Lithuania. The company says it will hire… Read More

Invest Lithuania: Vilnius Ranked #1 for Per Capita Tech Startups in New Research

Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania, is topping far more established innovation hotbeds when it comes to tech startups and greenfield Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) projects, on a per capita basis. According to the Financial Times’ fDi Intelligence division, Vilnius beat out Tel Aviv, Singapore and… Read More

Lithuania Wants to Become First Country to Enable Companies Registered & Managed Using Blockchain or “Virtual Limited Liability Companies”

Lithuania has announced the creation of “Virtual Limited Liability Companies” (VLLCs). These companies would be registered and managed all using blockchain technology. The Baltic country expects to be the first country to offer this type of service and it expects to allow VLLCs as soon… Read More

Lithuania Registered 35 New Fintech Companies in 2017

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This week, Invest Lithuania released the Lithuania Fintech Report 2017, which revealed that a total of 117 fintech companies were operating in the country in 2017, with 35 of them being registered last year. According to Invest Lithuania, which is the co-author of the new report, the reasons… Read More

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