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    Believer or not, kids are some of the most creative people in our world. They are full of imaginations unbounded by impossibilities who can think outside the box. And to help fuel their imagination, Local Masters has created a one of a kind kids programming course that’ll help bring their ideas to life. Find out more about this unique class.

    Today we are seeing more and more millionaires pop up at a younger age who have found success through coding. Here are 3 young age students who became a millionaire through their app ideas and development.

    Nick D’Aloisio

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    Nick is a young entrepreneur who found success from a young age. While being only a teenager Nick was able to develop an iPhone app called Summly that provides algorithmically-generated summaries from thousands of sources. And at the age of 17, Nick sold his company to Yahoo for an estimated £19 Million.

    Brian Wong

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    Brian is another entrepreneur who found success at a young age. He along with some of his peers helped found a company called KIIP. KIIP is a mobile apps rewards platform that was first designed to let companies reward gamers with in-game achievements.

    And with successful funding from major backers and VCs, he was able to expand KIIP to where it is now. The company provides its services for brands such as McDonalds, Google, GM, BMW, Amazon, and more.

    Ben Pasternak

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    Ben is another young knock-out star when it comes to app development. At the young age of 14, Ben designed his first app called Rush which went on to be sold to a company. He then proceeded to found another company called Flogg which allowed you to buy and sell items within your social network.

    Currently, he is the co-founder of Monkey. This is a video app designed for teenagers to meet new people. At the peak of its success it had more than 5 million users on the platform.

     

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