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Mark Zuckerberg’s Personal Wealth Hits $100 Billion After Instagram Reels Launch

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The Foreign Investors Council presented the White Book 2020 to the highest Government officials and marked its 18th anniversery....

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg announced on 5th August the rollout of new Instagram Reels across the U.S., which has boosted Zuckerberg’s wealth to $100 billion. Reels is a short form video platform like Tik-Tok, which is being very strategically launched in over 50 countries during a precarious time for rival TikTok.

Facebook had a billion users by 2012 and in 2020 has over two billion monthly users, which favourably impact on Instagram Reels. Facebook shares rose by more than 6% after the launch, which places Yuckerberg among the world’s exclusive Centibillionaire Club, joining the likes of Amazon’s Jeff Bezos and Microsoft’s Bill Gates.

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