Justin Sun, The TRON Millennial Entrepreneur, Looks to Meet Up with Warren Buffett Still
Justin Sun made global headlines a few months ago when he stated that he wanted to have a lunch-date with renowned global billionaire Warren Buffet. At the time, there were a few confirmed dates for the lunch, who included Charlie Lee, Litecoin’s founder as well as Yoni Assia, the founder of eToro.
Changpend Zhao, the founder of Binance rejected the offer. The response was that San Francisco was miles away, and he was at the time too busy to travel. The names of the other invited guests are yet to be revealed to the public.
An updated report was released hours later confirming that the lunch had been rescheduled. The report rumors that Donald Trump would be attending the lunch were unfounded and untrue.
Health Issues Delays Crucial Lunch
A report released by U Today indicated that Justin Sun had to delay his lunch with some of the richest men in the world due to an ongoing kidney issue. At the time, there were also reports that Justin had been banned from leaving the country by the Chinese Government. The reports indicated that he was being investigated for engaging in illegal business.
Justin Seeks an Audience with Warren Buffet After
Cliff Edwards, the director of Global Communication at Tron, recently had an interview where he mentioned that Justin was eager to have his lunch with Warren. He went as far as stating that the other invited guests had said they were willing to reschedule. They were in the process of negotiating time and date for the lunch.
Justin and Social Media
Justin, on Weibo, in a post that he has since removed went on record to state that he would be decreasing his social media use. His reason was that he had been too active, and the time had come for him to relax and fall back. He also sent an apology to the Tron community for creating too much hype around all single release features on the platform.
While Justin did try to get all the nine people together, the reality is that all the crypto-bosses are quite busy. If it took two months for that failed lunch date to happen, who knows how long it will take for the next one?