Cash App founder Bob Lee died Tuesday at 43
Bob Lee is the founder of Cash App, a popular mobile payment service.
Cash App allows users to send and receive money quickly and easily around the world.
Lee, also known as "Bobby," co-founded the app in 2013 with his friend and colleague, Jack Dorsey founder and CEO of Twitter .
Lee worked as an engineer at various tech companies, including Google and Square before joining Cash App.
Lee is known for his expertise in software engineering and is a strong advocate for diversity and inclusion in the tech industry.
Bob Lee is also a co-founder of a non-profit organization called Black Girls Code, which aims to increase the number of women of colour in technology.
Lee's new venture with Cash App has changed the way people send and receive money.
His commitment to social justice and diversity has made him a well-respected figure in the tech industry.
Bob Lee, founder of Cash App and former Square chief technology officer, died Tuesday in San Francisco.
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