Only Developed Economies in the world are not the ones with raising young tech billionaires. Various developing countries such as Eastern Europe, Southeast Asia, South America, and Africa are also having many and wealthy individuals. There are many popular names in this list from India including Flipkart’s founder Binny Bansal; founder of ride-sharing company Ola Cabs Ankit Bhati; online food ordering company Swiggy co-founder Sriharsha Majety; and hospitality company Oyo Rooms co-founder Ritesh Agarwal. An extraordinary amount of innovation and wealth has been brought by the 21st century, where boomers are holding their resources and wealth which is mostly in form of real estate and investments in stocks, and the financial problems of the past many years are still to be resolved. 15 youngest tech billionaires will be discussed in this article with their net worth and their businesses. For this purpose, a criterion of ranking has been followed in this article. The impact of billionaires on the overall society regarding their services and product s is measured in the social impact. In our list of 15 youngest tech billionaires, those billionaires who are able to add value to solve the issues and create innovative ideas regarding products and services for people will be ranked higher. In our criteria of ranking, those who have inherited their family’s wealth are not included in the list of 15 youngest tech billionaires. Only those individual billionaires are selected for the list who have made wealth on their own. We have gathered Top 10 Technology Billionaires for our readers in this article.
Recently developed popular app Tik Tok is owned by Zhang Yiming which has more than 800 million users from all over the world. Zhang Yiming has been regarded as the 9th richest man of China with a net worth of $22.6 billion. Zhang Yiming is also the founder of ByteDance and in 2018 at the age of 35, he became a billionaire. Companies like LG and Lenovo are seeking new ways to make the smartphones screen flexible and bendable due to the increase in demand for new generation foldable designed smartphones. A Chinese entrepreneur and billionaire Bill Liu is the founder of Royole Corp which is the biggest opponent of Samsung and other popular smartphone brands. Bill Liu has a Ph.D. degree from Stanford University. The worth of his company is $8 billion at an age of 37 years. Read more at 15 Youngest Tech Billionaires.