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Aged just 26, he is the youngest person to make the cut and beats Zuckerberg by eight days. The Billionaire Network: Facebook co-founders Mark Zuckerberg, left, and Dustin Moskovitz, the youngest people on the Forbes list worth .5bn and .7bn respectively.

There are now seven billionaires associated with Facebook Co-founder Eduardo Saverin made the list as well at number 782 with

Aged just 26, he is the youngest person to make the cut and beats Zuckerberg by eight days. The Billionaire Network: Facebook co-founders Mark Zuckerberg, left, and Dustin Moskovitz, the youngest people on the Forbes list worth $13.5bn and $2.7bn respectively.There are now seven billionaires associated with Facebook Co-founder Eduardo Saverin made the list as well at number 782 with $1.6billion, tied with Facebook's first president Sean Parker (played by Justin Timberlake in The Social Network).Peter Thiel, who invested $500,000 in Facebook in 2004, comes in at 833 with $1.5billion.His stake in the social network is now the bulk of his wealth.On the Forbes list he was the biggest loser but elsewhere there wasn't much movement.Zuckerberg's wealth of $13.5 billion was up 238%, but the biggest gainer was Nigerian tycoon Aliko Dangote.His net worth is now all derived from his investment firm Ikano.'‘Moscow has replaced New York as the billionaire capital of the world and there has been a general movement towards developing countries and Asia.‘The recession has not had a huge effect on those at the top either.

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Aged just 26, he is the youngest person to make the cut and beats Zuckerberg by eight days. The Billionaire Network: Facebook co-founders Mark Zuckerberg, left, and Dustin Moskovitz, the youngest people on the Forbes list worth $13.5bn and $2.7bn respectively.

There are now seven billionaires associated with Facebook Co-founder Eduardo Saverin made the list as well at number 782 with $1.6billion, tied with Facebook's first president Sean Parker (played by Justin Timberlake in The Social Network).

Peter Thiel, who invested $500,000 in Facebook in 2004, comes in at 833 with $1.5billion.

His stake in the social network is now the bulk of his wealth.

.6billion, tied with Facebook's first president Sean Parker (played by Justin Timberlake in The Social Network).

Peter Thiel, who invested 0,000 in Facebook in 2004, comes in at 833 with

Aged just 26, he is the youngest person to make the cut and beats Zuckerberg by eight days. The Billionaire Network: Facebook co-founders Mark Zuckerberg, left, and Dustin Moskovitz, the youngest people on the Forbes list worth $13.5bn and $2.7bn respectively.There are now seven billionaires associated with Facebook Co-founder Eduardo Saverin made the list as well at number 782 with $1.6billion, tied with Facebook's first president Sean Parker (played by Justin Timberlake in The Social Network).Peter Thiel, who invested $500,000 in Facebook in 2004, comes in at 833 with $1.5billion.His stake in the social network is now the bulk of his wealth.On the Forbes list he was the biggest loser but elsewhere there wasn't much movement.Zuckerberg's wealth of $13.5 billion was up 238%, but the biggest gainer was Nigerian tycoon Aliko Dangote.His net worth is now all derived from his investment firm Ikano.'‘Moscow has replaced New York as the billionaire capital of the world and there has been a general movement towards developing countries and Asia.‘The recession has not had a huge effect on those at the top either.

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Aged just 26, he is the youngest person to make the cut and beats Zuckerberg by eight days. The Billionaire Network: Facebook co-founders Mark Zuckerberg, left, and Dustin Moskovitz, the youngest people on the Forbes list worth $13.5bn and $2.7bn respectively.

There are now seven billionaires associated with Facebook Co-founder Eduardo Saverin made the list as well at number 782 with $1.6billion, tied with Facebook's first president Sean Parker (played by Justin Timberlake in The Social Network).

Peter Thiel, who invested $500,000 in Facebook in 2004, comes in at 833 with $1.5billion.

His stake in the social network is now the bulk of his wealth.

.5billion.

His stake in the social network is now the bulk of his wealth.

Elsewhere, one in three billionaires is an American, down from nearly one out of two ten years ago. The richest person in the world remains Mexican telecoms tycoon Carlos Slim with a net worth of billion He is also the biggest gainer on the list, with a staggering .5billion increase in his wealth since last year.

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In second place was Microsoft founder Bill Gates whose personal fortune stands at billion, although he has given away more than billion to charity.

In third place is investor Warren Buffett on billion, but he too would have more had he not begun to give it away.

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