Billionaire to pay Sh1 million to be killed and have brain uploaded into a computer

The procedure is to allow people to become digitally immortal.

The 32 year old billionaire is joining a waiting list to have the procedure done once it's legalised.

The aim of the process is to allow a user to become digitally immortal.

The procedure starts by embalming your brain while you are still alive- a procedure that is 100% fatal- with the intention to have your consciousness uploaded once the technology allows for it.

The chemical solution the company uses can preserve a body for hundreds of years, according to The Mirror.

Once your mind is "uploaded" you will be reincarnated as a computer simulation.

Nectome's wait list currently has 25 people who have signed up.

It also hopes to target people with terminal illnesses.

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