Evan Spiegel & Bobby Murphy
Having created Snapchat, an app that makes your pictures and messages disappear in 10 seconds or less is quite innovative and revolutionary with millions of people from around the world using the product Snapchat is valued at more than $15 billion.
Not only is he a brilliant billionaire investor, but Warren Buffett had a vision to connect the world’s business professionals on what is known as LinkedIn worth billions of dollars today.
Billionaire Investor and Internet Entrepreneur Sean Parker co-founded one of the most talked about music streaming platforms in the world Napster that went from millions to shut down in the early 2000’s. Having stumbled upon Mark Zuckerbergs “The Facebook” at the time gave Parker the opportunity to find the right investors. With his connections Facebook ended up a billion dollar company overnight.
Justin Kan and Emmett Shear
Although they are not worth over $2 billion like the ones listed above but these co-founders in four quick years after founding Twitch got called on by Amazon in a buyout for a near one cool billion.
worth around $1 billion today and used to be worth closer to $2 billion Markus Pincus is one of the smartest Internet entrepreneurs on the planet coming out of business school and getting funding for the start up at the time when Zynga was just a small thought.
One of the largest money making Adsense machines Marcus founded the largest self financed Internet dating website on the planet PlentyOfFish.com earning at highest 100,000,000 million USD and got bought out by IAC through the Match subsidiary for $575 million.
A brilliant programmer like Sean Parker only difference is that Rose dropped out of University and Parker didn’t even go to college, but you know what they say, in today’s world you need an education to become successful yet Rose is still a millionaire despite the fact that he dropped out and on top of that gets bored of long term company involvement and moves from one startup idea to another. Rose founded Digg a news aggregator worth millions of dollars and then abandoned the whole idea to go out there and angel invest in entrepreneurs startups and at the very same time invested his time in building his own start ups that he quickly abandoned. Who knows how much money he’d be worth if he stuck to every project he founded.
Jack Dorsey, Noah Glass, Biz Stone, and Evan Williams
Jack Dorsey and his team of co-founders founded the 140 character message tech giant Twitter that went from boom to losing Twitter users in the last few years. Twitter’s board Chris Sacca called on Jack Dorsey to run the company since he co-founded the idea and who knows what it holds for the future. At the Same time Jack founded Square a payments system company that Jack now runs. Now Jack runs both companies at the same time and let’s see how that turns out for Twitter.
Travis Kalanick and Garrett Camp
It’s funny how these two met. Canadian entrepreneur Garrett Camp was already pretty much a billionaire when he first founded StumbleUpon in the early 2000’s. He was not listed on Canadian Business Magazine but pretty confident he was already a billionaire in his mid 20’s who would surpass most people on the list of Canada’s richest people at that time. Just this 2016 Garrett Camp was listed on Canadian Business at $9.18 billion surpassing even late Marco Muzzo who was a Legendary Developer, investor, and industrialist that was worth $1 billion at the time of his death in 2005.
Mark Zuckerberg, Dustin Moskovitz, Eduardo Saverin, Andrew McCollum, Chris Hughes
One of the most notorious entrepreneurs at a young age who turned down $1 billion in an acquisition deal from Yahoo. Mark Zuckerberg is also one of the richest entrepreneurs in technology and is worth North of $50 billion. He is currently one of the world’s youngest billionaires who brought a baby girl into the world named Max who is a billionaire heiress.