About Darin Feinstein
LIFE AND EARLY CAREER
Darin Feinstein graduated from University of Arizona with a degree in accounting and later went on to earn his juris doctor degree (J.D.) before starting his legal career as a lawyer for a real estate investment banking firm. Mr. Feinstein practiced law as in-house counsel for a short period of time before founding his own boutique investment banking firm specializing in distressed asset purchases.
Throughout the early 2000s, Feinstein’s entrepreneurialism saw him found and/or participate in several projects throughout California, Nevada, Arizona and Texas. These projects included real estate, hospitality, entertainment and technology companies.
Other Experience and Interests
Feinstein’s portfolio includes businesses across the real estate, entertainment, hospitality and food & beverage industries.
He is a managing member of entertainment and venue management company, Red Mercury Entertainment, which is based in Las Vegas. Feinstein is involved with many popular restaurants in the Las Vegas area, including El Dorado Cantina, and Rock and Reilly’s. He is also the largest franchisee in terms of total revenue for the Fatburger brand and the creator and owner of the Fatbar concept.
Feinstein is the largest franchisee for the Fatburger brand.
Under Darin’s leadership, Core Scientific has filed over 50 patents.
He also helped obtain patents for the following inventions:
Systems and Methods for Securely Storing Patient Information and Providing Access Thereto
In 2019, Feinstein applied his knowledge and expertise in the blockchain space to create an invention for the medical information technology industry. Working with Douglas Grim, Jason Hurst, Karthik Karunanithi, Justin Saliman and Ryan Saliman, Feinstein and team invented a method designed to enhance systems and processes for securely storing patient information as well as providing access to.
While commonly used systems do not adequately protect sensitive patient information from security threats, blockchain technology offers a more reliable solution because it is difficult to alter information stored on a blockchain. With blockchain, there is a higher level of confidence in the accuracy of the determinations. According to the patent filing, information regarding treatment, treatment provider, and/or treatment facility determined through this method may be more trustworthy and therefore, more valuable to the patient. Originally filed in June 2019, the date of publication was January 2, 2020.
Sidewalk Accessible Food Service Stand
Feinstein making donation to The Shade Tree.
A resident of Las Vegas, Nevada, Feinstein has committed much of his philanthropic and volunteer support to local non-profit organizations and charitable events.
He is actively involved with The Shade Tree Organization, All Star Kids, Keep Memory Alive and Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health, at Cleveland Clinic Nevada, and SafeNest, among many others. Feinstein has supported many charity events including NF Hope Concerts, Temple Sinai Gala, and Jammin’ 4 Hope, to name a few.