According to this article, Greece is a particularly difficult place to start an online business:
Antonopoulos and his partners spent hours collecting papers from tax offices, the Athens Chamber of Commerce and Industry, the municipal service where the company is based, the health inspector’s office, the fire department and banks. At the health department, they were told that all the shareholders of the company would have to provide chest X-rays, and, in the most surreal demand of all, stool samples.
For the sake of all that is decent, I really hope this is an error in translation or understanding, or a plain exaggeration. Thank goodness I didn't start Poker Copilot in Greece.