Amazon founder Jeff Bezos could become the first trillionaire in the world by 2026

Although the pandemic coronavirus has led to uncertainty in the global economy, Jeff Bezos , the richest man on the planet became richer.

As noted by Comparisun, the founder of Amazon could become the first in the world by trillionaire by 2026.

Website software for businesses to use data collected over the last five years of the Forbes list, to calculate the annual growth rate of wealth of the richest billionaires in the world.

Applying this annual growth rate, the study authors concluded that Bezos, whose fortune is estimated at more than $140 billion, could become the world’s first trillionaire in 2026, when he turns 62.

The study also predicts that the founder of Facebook , mark Zuckerberg may be the youngest trillionaire in the world 10 years from now, in 2036, when he will be 51 years old.

Amazon quarantine time feels especially good: the demand for online purchases is at a record high level. This, in turn, led to higher prices for the shares of the company.

Note that Jeff Bezos not only earn money, but also donating money. So, last month he donated $100 million to food banks trying to feed the growing number of Americans who lost their jobs because of the crisis with the coronavirus.

He made a major contribution in the Chicago non-profit organization Feeding Americawhich runs 200 food banks across the country.

Executive Director of Feeding America Claire babineaux-Fontenot said this was the largest donation in the history of the charitable organization.