Kylie Jenner: With personal assets worth $1.1 billion, Kylie is the youngest billionaire by virtue of being only 22 years old. Although her wealth comes primarily from Kylie Cosmetics, having starred in Keeping Up with the Kardashians at age 9 and in her own spin-off show Life of Kylie. She has opened a clothing line with her sister Kendall Jenner and earns millions through endorsement via Instagram.
Founder of OYO Rooms, Ritesh Agarwal became the world’s second-youngest self-made billionaire six years after starting his venture. At 26, Agarwal is only second to Kylie Jenner, the founder of Kylie Cosmetics, in the list. A report by Hurun Global Rich List 2020 assessed the wealth of Agarwal to be at around $1.1 billion. A college dropout, Ritesh is the only Indian in the youngest self-made billionaire list.
Evan Spiegel: The Snapchat co-owner and CEO is the third youngest self-made billionaire with wealth worth $4.5 billion. He is 29 years old.
Bobby Murphy: Co-founder of Snap Inc., Murphy is 31 years old and worth $4.3 billion.
Mark Zuckerberg: Facebook chairman, chief executive officer, and controlling shareholder, Zuckerberg is the 5th richest billionaire in the Global rich list 2020. At $84 billion, he is the 8th youngest billionaire at 35 years of age. He was the youngest person to be a billionaire at 23, until Kylie broke his record.
Nathan Blecharczyk: Co-founder and chief strategy officer of Airbnb and chairman of Airbnb China, ‘Nate’ Blecharczyk worth is $4.7 billion.
Pavel Durov: The Dubai national is worth $3.6 billion and is the 11th youngest richest billionaire in the world. (Image: AFP)