Brian Cartmell has over 20 years of experience in information technology systems, working as a programmer to CEO of eNIC, the second largest domain registry company in the United States before it was acquired by Verisign in 2001.

Cartmell was invited to testify before the United States senate in regards to Internet Governance by ICANN, is the inventor of seven issued U.S. patents, led the successful battle against Hormel for the right to include the word "Spam" in trademarks that relate to email services, and is a major shareholder and board member of companies ranging from digital payment services to all-natural zero calorie sodas.

Cartmell's primary interests are individual freedom, bitcoin, seasteading, artificial intelligence, space technologies, life extension, and locally produced food.

Brian Cartmell is a former United States Citizen now living permanently in New Zealand, and is looking for new business opportunities in a variety of different industries.

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