@NekoSock Denmark also goes to great lengths to make it easy, though it could be improved.
My point is that the ID card isn't *that* special. In Denmark you would instead just get a corporate NemID tied to your role in a business.
@NekoSock I do really envy their authentication system though. We don't have chips, but rather 2FA cardboard cards. The private keys are managed by a private company called Nets. They charge fees for private companies to rely on the system.
And even then, they are working to phase out the cardboard in favour of an app.
@NekoSock Denmark is quite similar.
We don't have e-residency. You can just register a business with NemID as a Danish resident or with another European eID. I think you can even use those cards that Estonia issues as an eID.
Failing that, you can always have a lawyer take care of it.
The most difficult part is finding a decent bank. Though even then, I took care of that remotely.
@mangolord not a huge deal. I just found it comical.
Particularly because I do actually have the required capital, I just haven't formally registered it with the authorities yet.
@NekoSock paying for the tickets at the end of the month.
There's less bookkeeping as you only have to deal with one invoice.
@Main_Tomato absolutely not. Demand strong SSL/TLS instead.
@NekoSock but do most women pick the normal option?
It just feels like being male would be normal, and women being different from the norm.
Just my 2¢
@NekoSock Male shouldn't be the default normal. And some female-oriented gowns cater to boobs.
I'd rather see straight/curved.
@NekoSock I swear I can't make this up
@NekoSock our tax authority refers to itself as the “skattefar” (taxxy-daddy or even literally honey-daddy).
VAT is called MOMS here, so we also refer to it as “momsmor“ (VAT-mommy).
@NekoSock my portfolio grew 0.7% today so I'd say it's working
@NekoSock I'm in on this conspiracy because of cute cats.
@fw we're bad at naming things.