With his e-mail services and social networks, the Internet magnate claims he already attracts 70 percent of all Russian-language page impressions to his sites.
So far, he has managed to outpace the foreign competition and Chatroulette could be the jewel in his crown.
He already owns more than 5 percent of Facebook, which makes him the only major shareholder that isn't American.
His assets are estimated at about 500 (0) million.
Russia's Internet Tsar "You should invest now," Ternovskiy told his parents at the end of last year, "because I'm expanding." They gave him the equivalent of 8,000 (,800), which he invested in the small server, currently humming away under his mother's table.
He also rents additional capacity in Frankfurt, Germany.
Now Chatroulette gets around 1.5 million visitors daily.
With Russian billionaires offering him cash and Google on the other line, the Moscow teenager has to make a decision: America or Russia? Studium der Volkswirtschaftslehre in Bonn, Mannheim und St. Absolvent der studienbegleitenden Journalistenausbildung des Institutes zur Förderung publizistischen Nachwuchses (ifp).
The multimillionaire would like to go into business with the teenager, who hasn't been to school in weeks and is on the verge of being expelled because of his truancy. Still, Milner is determined not to miss out on the latest online trend."They make up songs about strangers and sing to them, draw them, listen to music, broadcast them their own music." "Two groups of teenagers can party together. Chatroulette was launched in November and attracts as many as 20,000 users a night, according to the Times.Late last year, only 500 people were using the Web site that Andrey Ternovskiy launched.Alongside the young people who are curious to chat with people in other countries and on other continents, the Web site also attracts an assortment of oddballs and exhibitionists.