Nathan Blecharczyk Net Worth

Nathan Blecharczyk was born in San Francisco, California, United States. Nathan Blecharczyk cofounded peer-to-peer room and home rental company Airbnb with Joe Gebbia and Nathan Blecharcyzk in 2008. Nathan, who is chief strategy officer, was the company's first engineer working with Chesky and Gebbia, who are designers by training. Airbnb now operates in over 65,000 cities in 191 countries. With 3 million listings worldwide, they have rented to 200 million guests and counting.
Nathan Blecharczyk is a member of Technology

Age, Biography and Wiki

Birth Place San Francisco, California, United States
Residence San Francisco, California
Education Harvard University
Occupation Businessman, Entrepreneur
Known for Co-founder and Chief Strategy Officer of Airbnb
Spouse(s) Elizabeth Morey Blecharczyk
Children 2
Parent(s) Sheila Underwood Blecharczyk Paul Steven Blecharczyk

💰 Net worth: $13 Billion (2021)

2015 $3.3 Billion
2016 $3.3 Billion
2017 $3.8 Billion
2018 $3.8 Billion

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Famous Quotes:

It's better to have 100 users that love you than 1,000 users that like you. Find your evangelists and build for them.

Biography/Timeline

1983

Blecharczyk was born in 1983, the son of Sheila (née Underwood) and Paul Steven Blecharczyk. He grew up in an upper-middle-class family in Boston, Massachusetts. During high school, he made money by creating his own software Business. His web-hosting Business provided services to spammers and was once listed on the Spamhaus's "Registry of Known Spam Operators (ROKSO)" which lists the top spamming services. He continued writing programs while attending Harvard University in pursuit of a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science, and made enough money to pay his tuition before abandoning his spam-hosting Business to focus on his studies in 2002.

2005

Blecharczyk began his career as an Engineer at OPNET Technologies in 2005. He served as a lead developer at Batiq in 2007. In 2008, Blecharczyk partnered with Brian Chesky and Joe Gebbia to found Airbnb, he served as the company's first chief Technology officer and coded the company's original website using Ruby on Rails. Later that year, after failing to raise funding, the founders bought mass quantities of cereal, designed packaging branded as '"Obama O's" and "Cap'n McCain's" cereal to sell at the Democratic National Convention in Denver, Colorado. Originally intended as a marketing ploy, the company sold enough cereal to raise $30,000, and eventually attracted the attention of Y combinator co-founder Paul Graham who gave them $20,000 in early 2009 and accepted the company into the Y Combinator's seed funding program.

2016

Blecharczyk is credited with overseeing Airbnb's 2015 expansion into Cuba. On June 1, 2016, Blecharczyk, Chesky and Gebbia joined Warren Buffett and Bill Gates' 'The Giving Pledge', a select group of billionaires who have committed to give the majority of their wealth away.

2017

In early 2017, Blecharczyk transitioned to chief strategy officer at Airbnb. He was listed as the 474th richest person in the world, with an estimated wealth of US$3.8 billion according to Forbes 2017 "The World's Billionaires List". Blecharczyk was announced as the chairman of Airbnb China, also known as Aibiying, in October 2017.