The First 10 Facebook Accounts And You're Wrong If Zuckerberg Is Your Guess

If not Mark, then who was the 1st one?

The First 10 Facebook Accounts And You're Wrong If Zuckerberg Is Your Guess
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Mark Zuckerberg founded the Facebook, but there is no record of the first three profiles . He also has the 4th number according to a public database. Then who is the owner of the first three profiles?

Let's find out.

10) Mark Kaganovich

10) Mark Kaganovich

Kaganovich was a Harvard student who was also friends with David Hammer. However, Hammer joined Facebook after Kaganovich; Hammer knew at least 7 of the first Facebook members, and it's likely that Kaganovich was acquaintances with many of them too.  

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9) Colin Kelly

9) Colin Kelly

Kelly was a Harvard student who was friends with David Hammer and Colin Jackson.

8) Andrew McCollum

8) Andrew McCollum

McCollum was a Harvard student who was in Mark Zuckerberg's CS161: Operating Systems class. Zuckerberg asked McCollum to design Facebook's first logo. Did you know that profiles from 14-25 don't really exist? As his profile number is 26.

7) Chris Putnam

7) Chris Putnam

Putnam was friend with early Facebookers Kang-Xing Jin and Marcel George Laverdet. His profile number is 13 & even the profile 12 doesn't exist.

6) Soleio

6) Soleio

Cuervo was friends with early Facebook members Marcel George Laverdet (5) & Kang-Xing Jin (16). He later worked at Facebook and he was also responsible for the popular 'Like' Button.

5) Marcel Laverdet

5) Marcel Laverdet

Marcel and Putnam both got jobs at Facebook by creating hacks and pranks on the social site. These hacks caught the attention of Dustin Moskovitz, who contacted Putnam. The two kept in touch and when Putnam moved to Silicon Valley, Moskovitz offered him an interview at Facebook.

4) Arie Hasit

4) Arie Hasit

Hasit was the 1st non-founder to sign up on Facebook. He was friends with early members Colin Jackson & David Hammer.

3) Moskovitz Dustin

3) Moskovitz Dustin

Moskovitz co-founded Facebook. He and Mark were the roommates in college.

2) Chris Hughes

2) Chris Hughes

Hughes co-founded Facebook. He was the college roommate of Zuckerberg. Profile #5.

1) Mark Zuckerberg

1) Mark Zuckerberg

Here is the reason, Mark Zuckerberg tested the first 3 IDs and then deleted them. So his Facebook account has ID number 4. His roommates helped him to launch the site successfully.