Elon Musk will be the world’s first trillionaire!

    According to the results of the research, Elon Musk, who sat in Jeff Bezos’ seat last year, may be the world’s first trillionaire.

    Last year, there was quite a conflict between Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk and Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos . Bezos, who has been sitting in the seat of the richest man in the world for many years, reluctantly handed over his seat. But Musk’s eyes and dreams are high. Therefore, it would not be surprising if we say that the world’s first trillionaire may be Elon Musk.

    Elon Musk could become the world’s first trillionaire in 2024!
    A new study from Tipalti Approve says Elon Musk could be the world’s first trillionaire. Moreover , unlike Morgan Stanley , which made a similar statement last year, it points to 2024 by giving a date. So how will Musk reproduce in 20 months?

    According to data shared by Forbes, Elon Musk’s instant assets are worth $266 billion. Bezos, who took his seat last year, is worth 190 billion dollars. The electric car company Tesla, of which he is the CEO, has a very high share in this rapid rise.

    But SpaceX and all the ventures under its roof also created Musk’s advertisement on the one hand, and a nice additional income door on the other. In fact, considering this company’s future position in space and its plans for Starlink networks, it seems inevitable that Musk will become a trillionaire.

    But Tipalti Approve prefers to approach the subject a little more mathematically. In his statement on the subject, he says:

    Since 2017, Musk’s wealth has grown an average of 129 percent annually. That could enable him to enter the trillion-dollar club in just two short years and reach a net worth of $1.38 trillion at age 52 by 2024. SpaceX generates enormous revenues by charging government and commercial customers to send various things into space, including satellites, ISS supplies, and humans.

    In 2017, Jeff Bezos, owner of the e-commerce and global supply giant, became the first person to reach $100 billion after Bill Gates in 1999. A few years ago he was expected to become the world’s first trillionaire. Gakat is now predicted to join the club in 2030, about six years after Musk.

    Of course, the announced inflation rates have caused many calculations made by the rich for decades to be repeated. But nothing has changed in terms of world history. Likewise, the richest person we know to be alive is Mansa Musa I, the former Emperor of Mali, with a fortune of 400 billion dollars.

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