Aussie whiz-kid Ben Pasternak eyes next project after selling video chat app Monkey to rival

Ben Pasternak, the 18-year-old serial Australian technology entrepreneur who dropped out of high school at 15 and now lives in New York, celebrated the recent acquisition of the popular video chat app he co-founded by taking a trip to India “to get inspiration for the next project”.

Monkey, which raised $US2 million in venture capital before being sold and amassed close to 3 million users who made over 1 billion calls, was purchased late last year by rival app HOLLA, which has offices in Beijing and Los Angeles.

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