Wealthy internet entrepreneur Chris Dixon net worth is now known. Find out his wiki from height, age, education, source of wealth and family detail. He is also a personal investor. Chris is a general partner at Andreessen Horowitz, an established venture capital firm in Menlo Park, California in January 2013. After joining Andreessen Horowitz, Dixon led the company investing in a diverse manner including fifty-three Soylent and Nootrobox. Dixon also rooted firm’s investment through Oculus VR which was later taken over by Facebook in March 2014. Before that, Dixon co-founded internet and web system security start-up SiteAdvisor in 2005. McAfee, the software security colossus purchased SiteAdvisor in 2006.
|Full Name||Chris Dixon|
|Height||5.10 feet / 1.80 m|
|Net Worth||Under Review|
|Source of Income||Internet Entrepreneu|
|Annual Salary||Under Review|
Chris Dixon completed his graduation from Columbia University in 1996. He did his MA from the Graduate School of Art and Science, Columbia University in 1999. Dixon finished his MBA from Harvard Business School in 2003. Chris Dixon co-founded Hunch in 2009 which was acquired later on by eBay. Then he moved to seed stage venture capital fund, Founder Collective through which he invested in Venmo, Uber and Buzzfeed and a number companies.
Amongst other personal investments, Dixon included Kickstarter, Foursquare and Warby Parker. Savviest angel investor Chris Dixon also invested in early-stage technology companies including Skype, TrialPay (acquired by Visa), DocVerse (acquired by Google), ScanAcout (acquired by IPO), OMGPOP (acquired by Zynga), Pinterest, Flatiron Health, Bloomreach, Behance (acquired by Adobe), Smart Things (acquired by Samsung), Trueaxis (acquired by Mastercard), Invite Media (acquired by Google) and a handful of other start-up which are in stealthiness stage. He also worked as a software developer at Arbitrade in late 1990, a hedge fund performing on high-speed options trading and served the company for three years. American weekly magazine Business Week called Dixon the top Angel Investor in the technology industry in 2010. Dixon achieved the award “Angel of the Year” in 2012. The most interesting phenomenon is that Dixon has made 51 investments in 42 companies during last 15 years. He is also performing as a bestowed writer for TechCrunch.