You ask anyone what they may want to be in life and they will say ‘a Billionaire’. Money can determine the success status of any individual and to be honest, some rich people have become a trendsetter for others to emulate qualities like hard work and patience.
By 2021 they have soared heights while the middle-income taxpayers have lost jobs, businesses and other sources of livelihood, but the lives of billionaires remain unchanged.
The technology billionaires of the globe know where to spend their tricky wealth, from owning an entire island to a mansion with three helipads. We’ve compiled a list of some of the most expensive items owned by tech billionaires in this post. Take a look at:
According to Business Insider, Oracle founder Larry Ellison purchased 98 per cent of the Lanai island in Hawaii, making him one of the wealthiest tech billionaires. He also designed a high-end spa that analyses a person’s data and predicts how long they will live and what lifestyle modifications they should make to live longer.
Mukesh Ambani, Asia’s richest man, stunned the world when he constructed an astonishing, massive residence in Mumbai, which is considered the world’s second most costliest home. According to reports, Mukesh Ambani’s Antilla has valued somewhere between Rs 6,000 and Rs 12,000 crore.
Bill Gates spent $30.8 million on Leonardo Da Vinci texts more than 25 years ago. Though the price for a book may appear exorbitant, the book was reportedly written by Leonardo da Vinci in the 16th century and is regarded as one of his best works. As per CNBC, this purchase continues to inspire tech billionaires.
Elon Musk is an internet sensation renowned for his luxury life. He has a submarine automobile that was featured in a James Bond film. He paid Rs 6.5 crore for the Lotus Esprit automobile at an exhibition.
Mark Zuckerberg is the cofounder and chief executive officer of Facebook Facebook. He is a happy owner of two enormous homes worth a total of $100 million.
Google’s co-founder scenic beauty life to its fullest. A superyacht called Dragonfly paid him $80 million. At one point, it was the world’s fastest superyacht. The yacht has an open-air cinema, among other high-end features.
Steve Balmer, the co-founder of Microsoft, is an avid sports fan. He spent a record $2 billion for the Los Angeles Clippers of the NBA.