Head of Twitter, the world's largest micro-blogging website, and founder of payment App Square, Jack Dorsey, has said he will spend 28 percent of his wealth on measures taken to prevent the Corona virus.
Jack Dorsey announced in a series of tweets that he would donate more than $ 1 billion to the Coronavirus-prevention measures, plus a billion dollars to Pakistanis.
The money announced by Jack Dorsey is the highest amount ever announced by anyone in the world to deal with the Coronavirus, as well as the amount announced by him, more than the sum total of several big personalities. Is.
Jack Dorsey is also one of the richest people in the world and has set up an organization called Start Small for his welfare work, in which other people raise money for relief work.
Jack Dorsey also announced a $ 1 billion donation to his own welfare organization, which then increased his welfare organization's donation record.
Although Jack Dorsey announced spending money to cope with the Coronavirus and treating those affected, it was unclear how they would spend the aforementioned money.
According to the news agency FFP, the hedge money announced by Jack Dorsey accounts for 28% of their total wealth, but it is premature to say when and where the richest man in the technology world is announced.
The bulk of the money announced by Jack Dorsey is expected to be spent in various countries around the world to cover the shortage of other medical devices, including ventilators, and the aid announced by them will also be spending in the richest country like the United States.
Experts say the huge amount announced by Jack Dorsey is likely to be spent in African and Asian countries, as well as aid from Middle East countries to prevent Corona.
Although the record was announced by Jack Dorsey and the largest donor of any person personally so far, he is not the first person to announce money to save Corona.
Prior to Jack Dorsey, the founder of Facebook, the owner of the online company Amazon, and the world's richest man, Apple has also announced a lousy deal to deal with the Coronavirus, however, the amount announced by Jack Dorsey Is much less than