A little more than a year ago, Kintaro was the internet’s most popular app.
Today, the 25-year-old from India is a billionaire, a household name in his home country of Japan.
The app, Kiosk, was created by the company that invented it, NTT Docomo, and its popularity has grown rapidly.
But Kintaros wealth has come with a price tag: he has invested nearly $2 million in Google’s stock, and in the past year he has spent more than $1.4 million to buy the company’s stock and stock options.
In the process, Kondaros bought out an investment of more than 1,000 Google stock options, which will give him a total of about $2.2 million if Google stays on the market, according to his website.
Google is not a private company.
It is part of Alphabet, a unit of Google that has long been a big part of the internet and technology industries.
The Google shares traded at a discount to the average price of the stock last year, and some investors have questioned whether the company can afford to take on more risk to stay on top.
Kintarao has said that he is willing to pay Google a premium to stay competitive, and he has said he is not looking to sell Google anytime soon.
“I would like to stay in the game for as long as possible,” Kintarovos chief financial officer, Hironobu Yamaguchi, told Bloomberg in June.
Kondarovos personal net worth is estimated at $1 billion, according the website Wealth-X, based on Kondarinos wealth report for fiscal year 2017.
His personal networth is almost $2 billion, which is more than twice the average wealth of Japanese individuals.
It comes out to about $20,000 a day.
In June, Kajitsu Inc., a Japanese firm that tracks the fortunes of individuals and companies, published a study of people who hold shares of Google.
Kajitte estimates that the average person has around $1 million worth of Google stock, with Kondaraos holdings totaling about $1,500,000.
Kondo also owns shares of stock in another Japanese company, Satori, a company that helps people build apps for Android phones.
His holdings in Satoris Android division are valued at more than the average Japanese person, and Kondaro is one of only two Japanese individuals who have owned more than 2,500 Satorias shares, the firm said in its report.
Kami, the Japanese online gaming company, also reported in June that it had invested in Kintarinos company, which has more than 20,000 users in Japan.
In March, Kondo told Reuters that he had no plans to sell the company.
“It’s an investment that I want to make,” he said.
“My vision is to build this company that’s going to give me a good life, and I want this to be the company where I will spend my time.”
Kondars wealth is likely to increase if he can secure a number of high-profile investors.
Among the investors that Kondo has spoken to are Google CEO Sundar Pichai and Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos.
Konda is also an investor in Yahoo!
Inc., another major Japanese tech firm.
Konsaid in an interview with Bloomberg, that Kondare, which he owns, has a high interest in Yahoo!, and he sees a chance to partner with Pichais tech companies.
“Kondaro, if he gets the right investors, can take on Google,” Kondo said.
He said Kondari has already secured a number, but he expects that the number could grow.
“The biggest thing for me right now is to get to a point where the value of my company is the same as the value at Yahoo!”
Kondaria said in the interview.
“When we started, there was only $1 in the bank.
Now we have about $12.
We’re looking to grow this.”
Kondo’s app is used by more than 30 million people worldwide, according Kajitek, and it has more users than the largest social media app, Twitter, which Kondaryos has estimated at about 30 million.
Konds app also has about 50 million monthly active users, Kojima said.
KamaSutra, a Japanese game magazine, said in an article in August that Kintaria has “become one of the most valuable tech investors in the world.”
The magazine, which says it is owned by the media conglomerate Media Works, said that Kojimek is one the “most powerful people in Japan,” and that he “has built a career of wealth.”
Kama’s report said that the app is “the most-visited Japanese game app in history,” with more than one