How many brilliants are here?

i just curious... and from where brilliant.org got income ?

thanks

Note by Dhelia Dhelia
5 years ago

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Hi Dhelia! Several groups have invested in Brilliant.org because they believe we have a lot of potential to be successful and change the world in a powerful way. Here is an interview with Chamath, our lead investor and close advisor.

Suyeon Khim Staff - 5 years ago

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Suyeon K, your talk on TEDx was excellent. I know Brilliant will succeed, after all such ambitions deserve to succeed.

Muralidhar Kamidi - 5 years ago

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any link for TEDx?

Daniel Griza - 5 years ago

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@Daniel Griza Here it is.

Peter Taylor Staff - 5 years ago

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@Peter Taylor Thx

Daniel Griza - 5 years ago

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that brilliant idea from brilliant...i'm unable to thinking about that, thanks for your answer :)

Dhelia Dhelia - 5 years ago

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Hi Dhelia,

As of now there are a little over 100,000 users of Brilliant, and growing every minute. A little bit less than Aman estimated, but no insignificant amount. Brilliant is a startup, and we operate off of investment capital. From our FAQ

How does Brilliant make money?

In the future, some features on the site may cost money. In addition, schools and companies may be able to pay to recruit our users through our site. We will certainly alert all of our users well in advance before we implement either of these changes. Right now, we are focused on making the best site possible for bright, motivated people everywhere to push their intellect in math and physics.

Peter Taylor Staff - 5 years ago

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can you keep the services free for current users?

Aditya Jain - 5 years ago

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Most likely, all the features you currently enjoy on the site will be free to everyone into the future.

Peter Taylor Staff - 5 years ago

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okay sir....

Vamsi Krishna Appili - 5 years ago

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Halo :-)

Fariz Azmi Pratama - 5 years ago

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halo :* :* :* :* :* :* :*

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Halo :)

Kefas Wiryadi - 5 years ago

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There is a saying: "If you are intelligent, there must be someone much more intelligent than you !!!". Thus, there are so many brilliants all over the world that we cannot count !!!

Tran Trung Nguyen - 5 years ago

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to much brilliants in universe!

Prasetyo Henry Putra - 5 years ago

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More than 100k xD

Mazidatun Maftukhah - 5 years ago

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Halo Fariz :-), Hallo dhelia:-),

Pebrudal Zanu - 5 years ago

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lets seee ,,, but they are increasing tooo :)

Aman Rajput - 5 years ago

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2000000000000

Vamsi Krishna Appili - 5 years ago

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dont know

Prashant Singhai - 5 years ago

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hello dhelia , i think its million :)

Aman Rajput - 5 years ago

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