The Second youngest billionaire, Bobby Murphy, is the co-founder of the popular photo messaging app, Snapchat and is succeeded on the list by its co-founder, Evan Spiegel, the youngest billionaire. When Bobby entered into his career line, he wasn’t backed with such a huge financial support, but he did it all by himself through a series of efforts alongside Spiegel. The app also didn’t take off with the idea when it started and was on the verge of another failure by the duo, but both worked over the issues and tackled them to make it worth $19 billion valuation.
Baby-faced Murphy, the co-founder, serves as the CTO (Chief Technology Officer) and leads development teams for the application. Prior to this project, Bobby completed his BSc (Mathematics & Science) from the Stanford University and was fond of playing computer games. He met Evan at the University and hired him for his first project, Future Freshman, a helpline dedicated to offer aid in the college admission process.