The pandemic has been perfectly integrated with the digital world and people’s lives have also undergone changes in ways of personal relationships and even in ways of working. The digitization brought about by the pandemic has affected many aspects of the cyber ecosystem and favored many companies, crypto-asset investors, and more enthusiasts for the broker.
Logically, the big tech tycoons and the digital ecosystem weren’t left without these benefits, but time has passed and this year, with the world regulating itself and the market suffering from the sudden downfall of cryptocurrencies, Even the mighty see how their treasuries have been emptied.
This is the case Jeff Bezosfounder and CEO of Amazon, who He would have lost $65.3 billion so far in 2022According to Business Insider.
that happens On May 10, Amazon shares fell 40 percent Since peaking at $3,773.08 on July 13, 2021. Previously Values fell by 11 percent at the end of Aprilwhen the online sales giant posted a file Quarterly summary reveals first loss in seven yearswhich gave signs that the escalation of the epidemic was about to end.
Mark Zuckerbergfounder of Facebook and currently CEO of Meta, already Lost 64.4 billion dollarsAs reported by the magazine. This is indicated by Your company’s stock price drops more than 40% Since November 2021, the multi-platform company has enacted a file Freezing employment after it begins to expand rapidly during the most restrictive times of the pandemic.
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Finally we must mention the richest person on the planet. Elon Muskthe leader of Tesla and SpaceX and the flamboyant owner of Twitter, Neuralink and more companies was the hardest hit of the trio, with Losses of $73.2 billion.
Millionaire net worth has reached its limit Peak in November 2021 of $304 billion To $201 billion last month, the trend continues, with the latest estimates putting his holdings at $197.1 billion. Again, the value loss is explained by A drop in the share price of Tesla, its most important company in the market.
Musk, Bezos, and Zuckerberg sleep peacefully because they know that despite losing these massive amounts of money, they are still one of the few billionaires in the world. According to the Bloomberg Index, They are currently valued at $197.1 billion, $127 billion, and $61 billion, respectively.
However, it is surprising to see the number of losses reached by the three billionaires combined, as they exceeded 200 thousand million dollars, which is just under half of Argentina’s GDP.