Hey @jasonmwomack, Lithuania doesn’t allow dual citizenship (as a Lithuanian, I really don’t see any acceptable reason for that, but…), so you would have to give up US citizenship, in order to get the Lithuanian one.
Regarding the tech scene, over the past five years it has changed a lot. A lot of international companies are moving their IT and Service centres to Lithuania: one of the biggest ones is Barclays IT, employing more than 1,500 people. The startups ecosystem is booming too - some of the big names are Vinted, Trafi, TransferGo, CGTrader or YPlan (founded by two Lithuanians). The ecosystem is still young, so most of the startups are just making their first steps, but that makes it really interesting.
Also, many IT professionals, especially game developers, are moving from the East to Lithuania. There are many high-quality IT specialists in Lithuania, but the demand is even greater with new companies coming and opening up here.
And regarding Vilnius, it’s not a metropolis but I find it very cozy and the old-town is just gorgeous. There are plenty of cafes, pubs and restaurants where you can hang out. It’s exceptionally beautiful between May and September, but can be quite rough in winter (temparature getting below 20-25’C).
I hope that helps!