I understand that it's a digital one. But the verbiage on the page simply states that we "will receive..." It doesn't specify digital or physical.
I posted this in another thread, but it answers your question well:
- I didn't see a problem with the fee.
In the United States, when you move from one State to another, if you want to things to be more convenient for you, you have to establish residency there. This is done through a variety of means:
You have to either:
* have a utility bill arrive to your new home in your name
- * provide proof of your new residence through a rental agreement, lease agreement, or mortgage note
- * get a new driver's license in your new State
- * or a combination of the above, depending on the State's rules
All of these will cost money, one way or another.
Renting or buying a place to live costs you money.
Getting a new driver's license costs you money.
Paying a utility bill costs you money.
Yet, all of these things are voluntary.
Technically, you can live in another state, be a homeless vagabond (there are lots of people who do it) and choose to not do any of the above. Establishing residency is voluntary, but it costs money one way or another to do so.
As an American, I pay for a passport and a driver's license to help prove both my residency and citizenship.
I see no problem having to pay a fee to get my new residence card in the new nation of Asgardia.
Now, if I never get that residency card -- then I will have a problem.
I've since learned it's a digital card (which I'm bummed out about it.)