WhatsApp Co-Founder Brian Acton Leave Company, Decided To Start Non-Profit Foundation
WhatsApp Which Has Over 1 Billion Daily Users, App’s Co-Founder Brian Acton Decided To Quit Company And Start A New Chapter In Life.
Brian Acton, Who Was Rejected By Facebook In 2009 And Later Facebook Purchased WhatsApp Messenger For 19 Billion Dollar Is Going To Start A New Chapter In His Life. He Decided To Start A Non-Profit Focused At The Intersection Of Non-Profit, Technology, And Communication.
Brian Acton Founded WhatsApp In 2009 Together With Jan Koum. His Engineering Skills, Product Experience, And Leadership Were Key To WhatsApp’s Success. His Great Efforts Contributes In Developing Of The Android Version Of WhatsApp And Push WhatsApp Into Encryption.
In 2014, Facebook Bought WhatsApp With An Expensive Price Tag Of 19 Billion Dollar And He Became Billionaire.
Brian Acton Writes In A Facebook Post–
I am very fortunate at my age to have the flexibility to take new risks and focus on what I’m passionate about. I’ve decided to start a non-profit focused at the intersection of nonprofit, technology and communications. It’s something I’ve thought about for a while, and now it’s time to just focus and execute. I’ll have more to share in the coming months.
According To Forbes, Brian Acton’s(WhatsApp’s Co-Founder) Net Worth Is $6.5 Billion.
Co-Founders Start WhatsApp With No Ads, Not Sharing Of Users Data. When Facebook Hands On WhatsApp-Users Becomes Product. Facebook Use User Data And Show Contextual Ads In Its News Feed.
Now, To Monetize WhatsApp, Facebook Starts WhatsApp For Business. Small And Big Companies Can Now Use WhatsApp To Contact Their Customers. Initially, WhatsApp Business Account Holders Will Not Be Charged. WhatsApp May Charge In Future For Its Business Service. You Can Read More Here About WhatsApp Business.