Justin Sun’s Charity Lunch with Warren Buffett Back On, Even Invites President Donald Trump
TRON's CEO and founder Justin Sun seems desperate to grasp the attention of Andrew Yang, a US Democratic presidential candidate.
Sun stated that he would like to work with Yang in making Universal Basic Income materialistic. He stated this while on a live stream on Tuesday, he also promised the charity lunch with Warren Buffet was going to be rescheduled very soon. The lunch is estimated to cost a whopping $4.6 million.
The charity lunch with the billionaire and Berkshire Hathaway chairman had so much anticipation from the public as everyone waits to see who will attend and what will be the outcome of the meeting.
An Invitation to Donald Trump
It had been reported earlier that Justin had bagged a charity auction in June on eBay. The charity lunch was to happen with billionaire Buffett and other guests of his own. This meant Sun was to choose the other guests that would dine with him and the billionaire at the charity lunch.
Justin placed the winning bid of $4,567,888 and recorded the highest bid in 20 years for the event. However, just a few days to the much-awaited event, TRON founder had to postpone citing medical reasons. Among the confirmed attendees as guests included Charlie Lee, Litecoin creator and Jeremy Allaire, who is Circle's CEO.
Justin had even extended an open invitation to Donald Trump, President of the United States. This followed the President's remarks on social media, where he seemed to bash cryptocurrencies. Sun implied that the President had been misled by fake news, and that is why he had a negative attitude towards blockchain technology.
He stated that after the meeting, the President would understand Bitcoin and blockchain technology fully.
Andrew Yang establishing a UBI, and this idea was revealed on September 12. It is when he announced that he wants to give away $120,000 next year as a pilot program for a crucial policy plan. Sun expressed a strong desire in making this plan a reality and working with the presidential candidate.