Top 10 youngest billionares in the world. Each person in this world is blessed with some unique talent. Some got to know about it in their earlier years and some in the latter days of their lives.
Some want to become singers, actors, doctors, engineers, or business moguls, and with the right education and investment, they can achieve their dreams.
Some people get rich in a couple of years, and for others, it may take a lifetime or so. The world is full of the youngest people who have earned a hefty amount of money, and some of them have made their money on their own, and some have received the amount of wealth from their families.
Let us see the top 10 youngest billionaires in the world very quickly.
Age 29 with a net worth of $25 billion Bankman-Fried built his massive crypto fortune at an incredible speed. In 2020, he gave $5 million to a pro-Biden super PAC, making him one of the president’s biggest donors.
Gustav Magnar Witzoe
Aged 27 with a net worth of $4.3 billion Witzoe owns nearly half of SalMar ASA, the Norwegian salmon producer his father founded in 1991. His stake in the firm was gifted by his father in 2013.
Kevin David Lehmann
He is 18 from Germany with a net worth of $3.3 Billion. Lehmann is now the world’s youngest billionaire after he officially inherited his father’s 50% stake in the German drugstore chain drogerie market.
Age 29 with a net worth of $2.2 Billion Jonathan and his older brother, Geoffrey, 35, each inherited from their late father Walter Kwok (d. 2018) a portion of his stake in Hong Kong property developer Sun Hung Kai Properties.
He is 24 years and has a net worth of $1.5 Billion. Wang inherited a stake worth more than $1.3 billion in CNNC Hua Yuan Titanium Dioxide Co., which trades on the Shenzhen stock exchange.
Aged 26 with a net worth of $1.5 billion An optics prodigy, Russell dropped out of Stanford in 2012 after receiving a $100,000 Thiel Fellowship to start Luminar Technologies, which makes sensors and another tech for autonomous vehicles.
Aged 25 with a net worth of $1.4 Billion The Andresen sisters each inherited 42% of Ferd, a Bærum, Norway-based investment company that reels in about $2 billion in annual revenue. Their father, Johan, still runs the business.
He is 24 with a net worth of $1.3 Billion (born 23 July 1996) is a Norwegian heiress. She became the world’s youngest billionaire at age 19 in 2016 and held the position of the youngest billionaire on the Forbes list for three consecutive years.
Andy Fang is a cofounder of the food delivery app DoorDash and serves as its head of consumer engineering. He is 30 with a net worth of $1.2 billion.
Aged 28 with a net worth of $1.1 billion DoorDash, the food delivery app Fang and Tang cofounded in 2013, became more prevalent (and valuable) than ever during the pandemic as restaurants and customers pivoted to delivery.