Justin Sun, the founder of TRON, invited U.S. President Donald Trump to join him and several other crypto executives on a private lunch with Warren Buffett.
Warren Buffett's charity lunch could be the biggest event in crypto.
Sun wanted to use the opportunity to change Buffett's stance on Bitcoin, saying that he was a "Long-term believer" of Buffett and his value investing strategy.
Sun postponed the lunch back in July saying his health prevented him from attending the event in San Francisco.
Will Donald Trump join Buffett and Sun in discussing the future of crypto?
Seen as a unique opportunity to bring traditional finance closer to crypto, Sun's lunch with Buffett was set to host some of the most influential people in crypto.
Sun is still waiting for one person to RSVP-U.S. President Donald Trump.
Sun extended the invitation to President Trump when the latter shared his unfavorable thoughts on Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies.
While few expect Trump to accept the invitation and attend the lunch, there is a chance that he acknowledges the invitation extended to him.
Given the drama surrounding the lunch, it might be better that President Donald Trump was never part of the debacle.
Donald Trump still hasn't responded to Justin Sun's Warren Buffett lunch invitation
Published on Sep 11, 2019
by Cryptoslate | Published on Coinage
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