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BITCOIN AND CRYPTO CURRENCYVanuatu is the first sovereign nation to accept bitcoins in return for granting citizenship through its DSP Citizenship Program.
The government of Vanuatu has also confirmed it is possible to make payment in bitcoin for the citizenship by investment program. Although the government of Vanuatu will not take payment direct in bitcoin, authorised agents are able to take payment but funds must then be remitted on to the government in USD. La Vida is able to take payment in bitcoin for fees. Vanuatu passports are valid for five years and renewable for the same term.
The Managing Director of the Vanuatu Information Center, James Harris, explained that there was initially some concern and suspicion about cryptocurrencies due to bitcoin’s reputed use in black markets and other undesirable activities. “In fact, the opposite is true,” he stated, “as crypto-currency exists in a fully traceable ledger, where the entire history of its creation and trading is visible.” Harris added that the use of bitcoin would greatly improve the flexibility of international financial transactions.
The cost to become a lifetime, hereditary, Vanuatu citizen through the VIC’s program is US$80,000 per individual or $130,000 for a family of up to four. At the time of writing, that places the cost of an individual citizenship at just under 16 bitcoins. Additional family members can be added for $10,000 each, and only $5,000 each if they are under the age of 18.
The Vanuatu citizenship by investment program is open to applicants from any country except Iran, Iraq, Syria, North Korea and Yemen.
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