Christopher Poole net worth is
Christopher Poole Wiki/Biography
Christopher Poole is a well known name in American business industry. Christopher is a well known entrepreneur because of his successful career in founding websites. He is also known under the name ‘Moot’. Poole is known as an owner and creator of the websites called Canvas and 4chan. The mentioned above websites have added up a lot of revenues to the total size of Christopher net worth, as well.
It has been estimated that the overall amount of Christopher Poole’s net worth has reached the sum of $2.5 million, and most of this wealth has been earned as an internet entrepreneur.
Christopher Poole Net Worth $2.5 Million
Christopher Poole was born in 1988 in the United States. The Wall Street Journal wrote about him as a very promising young internet businessman when Poole was just 15 years old and still living with his mother. It is known that Poole had been studying at Virginia Commonwealth University for several terms but later dropped out. Currently, he resides in New York City, United States. Christopher keeps his private life away from all means of mass media and very little information is known about Poole.
In 2003, Christopher Poole debuted on the internet business, anonymously establishing the website 4chan, this way opening his net worth account. The very identity of the website creator was revealed after five years, in The Wall Street Journal published on July 9, 2008. The site is said to have no memory, which is the site’s distinctive feature and Christopher gave a talk about it in the Paraflows Symposium in Vienna, Austria.
Talking about the 4chan, people are able to post there without registration and it is divided into a number of boards. 4chan has earned a huge amount of money when it comes to accumulating Christopher’s net worth and wealth; more, it has made him popular. In 2009, Time magazine listed Poole as one of the most influential people in the world. Moreover, Poole increased his net worth by taking part in the TED2010 conference in Long Beach, California, United States, in 2010: he was one of the most popular speakers of the conference.
The same year, Poole announced that he had raised the sum of $250,000 to open a new website. In 2011, it was reported, that Christopher Poole had opened a new website entitled Canvas, which later become an important source of Poole’s net worth. The website is meant for sharing media files. What is more, Christopher was a witness in the trial United States of America v. David Kernell. explaining terminology used on the website created by Poole himself. However, in 2014 it has been announced that Canvas is leaving the internet business. Due to the popularity of the websites and Christopher Poole himself, it is believed that the net worth of this man will be rising in the near future.
Christopher Poole is married to Marysol Castro who is television weather anchor. The family has twins.
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