The sudden of the 41-year-old basketball superstar Kobe Bryant has become the talk of the social media and the major news outlets.
Tons of tributes have been rolling in the wake of his unexpected death. The cryptocurrency enthusiasts that cherished his skills and natural talents while alive have not stopped bidding him farewell.
Tron Foundation has also joined in paying tribute to the passing away of the iconic sportsman, who spent 20 years in LA Lakers. According to the Foundation, Kobe Bryant was a member of the TRON family before his demise.
In this regard, Tron Foundation has decided to dedicate the 2020 niTROn Summit’s festivities to the legendary of the late superstar basketball player.
According to info, the 2020 niTROn Summit is a global platform featuring experts from a wide range of industries and blockchain projects.
Tron Foundation shared this, “Kobe Bryant, 41, the legendary basketball star who spent 20 years with the LA Lakers, passed away today. Kobe is a member of the TRON Family. As such, we will be dedicating niTROnSummit’s festivities to his legendary life & legacy. Please share your favorite Kobe memories here.”
Kobe Bryant, 41, the legendary basketball star who spent 20 years with the LA Lakers, passed away today.
Kobe is a member of the TRON Family. As such, we will be dedicating @niTROnSummit's festivities to his legendary life & legacy.
Please share your favorite Kobe memories here pic.twitter.com/Ra8IzFBpbc
— TRON Foundation (@Tronfoundation) January 26, 2020
A Special Tribute to Kobe Bryant by Justin Sun
The founder and CEO of Tron also shared special tribute regarding the death of Kobe Bryant a few minutes ago, joining millions of people around the world who have since done the same on different platforms.
He said, “Kobe, was great to have met you in niTROn 2019. Mtg you was one of my life’s greatest honor & privilege, I’ll forever remember us on stage discussing the future of blockchain. We’ll have a moment of silence in your honor during niTROn 2020. R.I.P.”
Kobe, was great to have met you in niTROn 2019. Mtg you was one of my life's greatest honor & privilege, I'll forever remember us on stage discussing the future of blockchain. We'll have a moment of silence in your honor during niTROn 2020. R.I.P. pic.twitter.com/oMqU9ZpkKh
— Justin Sun 🅣🌞 (@justinsuntron) January 26, 2020
Going by the reports on the major news outlets, Kobe Bryant died in a helicopter crash on Sunday 26th January 2020. He died aged 41 with some other victims.
A yet to be fully confirmed report claimed that his two children were part of the victims of the tragic incident. Rest in Peace Kobe Bryant!
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