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You did not use Facebook for a few hours and Mark Zuckerberg suffered a big loss, came down in the list of rich, how much money did you lose?

Big loss to Mark Zuckerberg due to Facebook down (Mark Zuckerberg Facebook Down)

Facebook Down Mark Zuckerberg: Facebook’s co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg has suffered a lot due to the server being down for a few hours. He has come down a notch in the list of the rich.

Mark Zuckerberg Loses $7 Billion After Facebook Down: The services of Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp suddenly came to a standstill on Monday evening across the world. Due to this the common people had to suffer a lot. Services were restored after the server was down for a few hours. But these few hours proved to be heavy for Mark Zuckerberg and he has suffered a huge loss. Facebook’s co-founder and CEO Zuckerberg’s net worth has declined by $ 7 billion (about Rs 52,212 crore). Due to which he has slipped down a notch in the list of billionaires.

According to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index, Zuckerberg is now ranked 5th below Bill Gates. Whereas earlier he was in fourth place. Statistics show that since September 13, his net worth has declined by about $ 19 billion. Facebook shares also fell in the US stock market (Facebook Shares Fall). The stock declined 5 per cent. The stock has lost 15 per cent since mid-September. Now Zuckerberg’s net worth has come down to $120.9 billion.

Facebook thanks everyone

The services of Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp were restored after being closed for about 6 hours. The users of these three social media platforms were troubled for a long time because they were getting ‘error’ messages again and again. Facebook said on Twitter, “The vast community of people and businesses around the world that depend on us (Downfall of Facebook). We are sorry for them. We are working hard to restore access to our apps and services and are pleased to announce that they are now back online. Thank you all for your patience.

Facebook’s Instagram and WhatsApp

The photo sharing app ‘Instagram’ and the messaging platform ‘WhatsApp’ also belong to Facebook. Facebook Chief Technology Officer Mike Schrofer tweeted, “Facebook services are now restored. It may take some time to recover completely (Instagram Whatsapp Down). I apologize to every small and big business, family and every single person that depends on us. According to The Wall Street magazine, the shutdown also caused widespread disruption to Facebook’s internal communication tools, including some ‘voice calls’ and ‘calendar appointments’ and apps used for other tasks.

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