Jan 24, 03 / Jan 24, 19 08:55 UTC

1000 euros Asgardia Citizenship Certificate and passport  

So I've read the following article : https://asgardia.space/ru/news/the-only-Nation-focused-on-networking-cooperation-and-digital-economy

and it leaves me with some questions.

Are you expecting people to pay the 100 euros citizenship fee per year + a one time 1000 euros fee for certificate and passeport ? Are those completely unrelated matters ? Can we get a passport without paying 1000 euros ? Are people paying 1000 euros are exempted from paying the yearly 100 euros citizenship fee ?


In any case I sincerely hope that you have more details to share regarding those plans. You can't seriously expect people to invest 15 billions euros when you've got nothing to show for it and don't give any concrete indication on how you intend to make some actual profits (other than taking everyone's money that it).

Jan 28, 03 / Jan 28, 19 18:48 UTC

Hello, you can find more information about Asgardia key aspects of development here 

  Last edited by:  Mariya Kudryavtseva (Member of the Parliament, Asgardian)  on Feb 1, 03 / Jan 29, 19 13:09 UTC, edited 1 time in total.

Feb 1, 03 / Jan 29, 19 07:02 UTC

Thanks, but that doesn't answer any of my questions at all. In fact it contains even less informations on the topic than the link I initially posted...


So, I'm still waiting for an answer to my questions.


It would also be nice to see a real business plan and not just some commercial pamphlet.

Feb 2, 03 / Jan 30, 19 16:40 UTC

1000€ is IMHO a lot of money, especially for those of us who earn not a lot of money.


It would be interesting to know if there is another way to get the Citizen Certificate and Passport.



Feb 3, 03 / Jan 31, 19 20:35 UTC

I know the answer XD, I am currently the presenter of the eye of odin and touch this question in my transmission. good the payment of 1000 euros is raised for those who want to be investors, but to be able to buy it you need to be a resident. the cost of the 1000 are the shares of asgardia AG, while the cost of citizenship certificate and passport are still brewing this incentive. The reason why you do not find more information is because the company has not yet started work. are things that you have to see in practice to be able to understand it for now it is just a slightly commented insentivo in order to attract potential investors

Feb 4, 03 / Feb 1, 19 09:37 UTC

The articles says "[...]be allowed to purchase for [...] price of EUR 1,000 each one Asgardia Citizenship Certificate, [...] and one Asgardia passport"

So it clearly reads that those 1 000 euros give a certificate and a passport. Now If I understand you correctly, it would mean that someone who paid 100 euros (citizenship fee) + 1 000 euros (Asgardia share) and thus get his certificate and passport, would be striped of it in the event he wouldn't pay the 100 euros citizenship fee on the following year ?


As I pointed out earlier, I really fail to comprehend how you intend to attract potential investors with so little informations about the actual business plan. You want to raise 15 billions euros selling shares to launch 10 000 satelites and provide a "free" internet for all. That's very nice and all, but where is the profit ? Because at some point your investors will want those 15 billions (and more) back.

  Last edited by:  P-A. (Asgardian)  on Feb 4, 03 / Feb 1, 19 09:38 UTC, edited 1 time in total.

Mar 7, 03 / Mar 4, 19 15:38 UTC

Hello! All plans will be revealed in due time, after Government is formed and fully functional.

Mar 27, 03 / Mar 24, 19 22:05 UTC

I personally find that putting out this kind of information without any substance or willingness to explain in detail is careless and reflects very poorly on the very idea of endeavor. 

If all the information is not available until after the Government is fully formed and functioning, then maybe pulling down the articles discussing wanting people to invest in the incomplete idea would be best. 

Its asinine to ask people to invest 1000 euros, on top of their citizenship fee, and then tell them you can't give further information at this time.

Apr 5, 03 / Mar 30, 19 02:51 UTC

Take me for an example. I would jump into this more... 


Though with the current state of the lack of information. I am at a stalemate. 


I tagged along and I've been waiting to see more information. Not to mention the lack of gathering community. 

May 13, 03 / May 5, 19 00:25 UTC

If indeed the 1k E. are for investment purposes once a final business plan has been put into place then I am interested. 


But... I need to see facts an data first. Until then I'll handle my yearly fee.