Cash app founder Bob Lee dead

Bob Lee, a prominent tech executive who founded Cash App and was the former chief technology officer of Square, has been tragically stabbed to death. The incident occurred early Tuesday morning near downtown San Francisco, United States. Sources say the 43-year-old Lee was stabbed in the Rincon Hill neighborhood on Main Street, prompting a response from the police at approximately 2:35 a.m. The victim was transported to a hospital but ultimately succumbed to their injuries. Lee was the Chief Product Officer of MobileCoin, a cryptocurrency startup based in San Francisco. As of Tuesday evening, the city's medical examiner's office had not yet officially identified Lee as the victim, but friends confirmed to KPIX that he had tragically lost his life. News of Lee's death sparked an outpouring of condolences on social media, with many taking to Twitter to express their grief and share memories of him. Lee was well-respected in the tech industry and known for his contributions to Square and Cash App. As of now, no arrests have been made in connection to Lee's death, and San Francisco police have not released any information about possible suspects. Anyone with information about the stabbing has been urged to call the Police Department's tip line. The tech industry has suffered a great loss with the passing of Bob Lee, and his contributions to the industry will be deeply missed. jion the telegram channel

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