Justin Sun Postponed Warren Buffet Lunch Due to Medical Reason


Tron Foundation announced that the Warren Buffet charity lunch is postponed and will be rescheduled to a new date.

According to the official tweet, Justin Sun who wins the charity dinner by placing the highest bid of $4.6 million, is unable to come to dinner due to kidney stones. The tweet further explains that both parties are agreed to reschedule the lunch.

The charity lunch auction is held by eBay every year, to get a chance to met with one of the most successful investors of the century and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway Warren Buffet. Tron founder and CEO Justin Sun get the slot by paying $4,567,888 – the highest bid in the event’s history. The last year highest bid was $3.5 million.

Justin Sun invited Charlie Lee, the creator of Litecoin and Circle CEO Jeremy Allaire, both have accepted the invitation and ready to attend the lunch.

Warren Buffet is not a big fan of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. Last May Buffet said cryptocurrencies will end badly and Bitcoin is “probably rat poison squared.”

More recently, in February Buffet said that Bitcoin is a delusion as blockchain does not depend upon BTC and not produce anything. Buffet added:

“You can stare at it all day, and no little Bitcoins come out or anything like that. It’s a delusion, basically.”

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