Ruth Alexander applies to become a virtual resident of Estonia and finds out why some UK companies are thinking of setting up there post-Brexit.
Estonia is one of the smallest countries in Europe, with only 1.3 million citizens. But it is hoping to become much bigger - by attracting what it calls e-residents.
A scheme was started two years ago to give citizens of any nation the opportunity to set up Estonian bank accounts and businesses - and to develop a digital identity which can be managed from anywhere.
Ruth Alexander examines how it works, who benefits and why some UK citizens are seeing it as a post-Brexit business opportunity.
Producer: Elizabeth Cassin
(Image: Stanislav Yurin, an e-resident of Estonia, and his wife Kseniya Paliadnik).