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Ranked: Meet the Youngest Billionaires in America, 2023

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Under 40: Who are the youngest billionaires in America? The newest edition of the youngest billionaires in the U.S. has been made public, featuring triumphant businesspeople such as LeBron James and Palmer Luckey, the creator of the Oculus device, which was sold to Facebook.

Gaining a substantial sum of money may take many years, even for some of the most renowned billionaires of our era. In fact, the average billionaire today is 65 years old. But that’s not always the case.

At just 29 years old, Ryan Breslow is the youngest billionaire in America. Ryan Breslow is the co-founder and executive chairmanof Bolt Financial Inc. (Bolt). Additionally, he is the co-founder of Eco, a digital cryptocurrency platform; a co-founder of Love, a crypto pharmaceutical startup; and the founder of the dance non-profit, The Movement.

Here are the under-40 youngest Forbes billionaires youngest billionaires in America, 2023

  1. Ryan Breslow
    Age: 29
    Net worth: $1.1 billion
    Source of Wealth: (Cofounder, Bolt) E-commerce software, Self Made
  2. Stanley Tang
    Age: 30
    Net worth: $1 billion
    Source of Wealth: (Cofounder, DoorDash) food delivery app, Self Made
  3. Palmer Luckey
    Age: 31
    Net worth: $1.9 billion
    Source of Wealth: (Founder, Oculus VR) Virtual reality, Self Made
  4. Evan Spiegel
    Age: 33
    Net worth: $2.6 billion
    Source of Wealth: (Cofounder, Snap) Self Made
  5. Joe Lau
    Age: 34
    Net worth: $1.8 billion
    Source of Wealth: (cofounded Alchemy) Blockchain, technology, Self Made
  6. Bobby Murphy
    Age: 35
    Net worth: $2.3 billion
    Source of Wealth: (Cofounder, Snap) Self Made
  7. Fred Ehrsam
    Age: 35
    Net worth: $1.2 billion
    Source of Wealth: (Cofounder, Coinbase) cryptocurrency exchange, Self Made
  8. Nikil Viswanathan
    Age: 36
    Net worth: $1.8 billion
    Source of Wealth: (cofounded Alchemy) Blockchain technology, Self Made
  9. Lukas Walton
    Age: 37
    Net worth: $23.8 billion
    Source of Wealth: (Walmart)
  10. Josh Kushner
    Age: 38
    Net worth: $3.6 billion
    Source of Wealth: (Thrive Capital) Venture capital, Self Made
  11. LeBron James
    Age: 38
    Net worth: $1 billion
    Source of Wealth: Athlete, NBA
  12. Mark Zuckerberg
    Age: 39
    Net worth: $113.8 billion
    Source of Wealth: (Cofounder, Meta Platforms) Facebook, Self Made
  13. Dustin Moskovitz
    Age: 39
    Net worth: $12.7 billion
    Source of Wealth: (Cofounder, Asana) Facebook, Self Made
  14. Kevin Systrom
    Age: 39
    Net worth: $2.1 billion
    Source of Wealth: (Cofounder, Instagram) Self Made
  15. Tony Xu
    Age: 39
    Net worth: $1.1 billion
    Source of Wealth: (Cofounder, DoorDash) food delivery app, Self Made

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