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Lunch of 32 crores: Founder of cryptocurrency postponed feeding schedule due to illness

Warren Buffet
Berkshire Hathaway Chairman and CEO Warren Buffett gestures during an interview with Liz Claman on the Fox Business Network in Omaha, Neb., Monday, May 5, 2014. The annual Berkshire Hathaway shareholders meeting concluded over the weekend. (AP Photo/Nati Harnik)

Omaha (US). Cryptocurrency Tronics (Tron) founder Justin Sun (28) with Warren Buffet deferred the lunch schedule on Thursday. Sun is hospitalized. He has undergone kidney stone treatment. Sun’s company gave this information via social media on Tuesday. Now a new date for lunch will be set. Sun won the lunch bid last month with a buffet for $ 4.57 million (Rs 32 crore).

Looks like lunch bid with buffet for 20 years

  • The proceeds from the bid for lunch with Buffet will go to San Francisco’s charity organization Glide Foundation. This time the bid amount is the highest ever. Through the bids of the last 19 years, Buffett has given 210 million rupees to the Glide Foundation.
  • Sun also talked about inviting others from the cryptocurrency industry.
    After winning the bidding for lunch, Sun had said- I am sure that the right conversation and understanding will change Buffett’s thinking towards cryptocurrency. They can also include cryptocurrency in their portfolio as part of an investment strategy. Sun had said that they would also invite prominent people of the cryptocurrency industry to meet Buffet. All are expected to benefit from this.
  • Sun launched Cryptocurrency Tron in 2017. According to, Tron is currently the world’s 11th largest cryptocurrency in market cap. Its valuation is 2.5 billion dollars.

Buffet does not like cryptocurrency

Buffets do not believe in cryptocurrency. They have also described bitcoin as dangerous and deceptive even by the use of rat poison. But, now he has to have lunch with a cryptocurrency founder.

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Cindy Johnson

Cindy Johnson is a reporter for OENGA. After graduating from the University of Tennessee, Cindy got an internship at a morning radio show and worked as a journalist and producer. Cindy has also worked as a columnist for the Knoxville News-Sentinel. Cindy covers economy and community events for OENGA. Contact at [email protected] +720.907.1923

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