In the ranking of the richest people in the world

JEFF BEZOS is worth 152 BILLION.

BILL GATES IS 2nd worth 89 Billion

MARK ZUCKERBERG is the youngest billionaire in the top 10 at 35 years old he is ranked 6th with 67 billion.

Breaking down 1 billion dollars, you would need to spend $100,000 every day for the next 25 years in order to spend $1-billion.
But what exactly does $1-billion look like?

In height:
Take one billion $1 bills and put them in a stack (we'll wait) after about 30 years of stacking, your pile would measure 67.9 miles high.
In area:
One billion $1 bills would cover a four-square-mile area or the equivalent of 2,555 acres.
In length:
If you laid the $1 bills end to end, the trail would measure 96,900 miles.

In weight:

One billion $1 bills would weigh around 10 tons.

Finally, if you could save $100 a day, it would take you 10 million days to save up 1 billion dollars. That's 27,387.26 years.