The TRON community is eagerly waiting for CEO Justin Sun‘s Power of One Lunch with Berkshire Hathaway Chief Warren Buffett. Sun had to donate a whopping $4.57 million to book this high-profile meeting with the master investor.
However, as per TRON’s chief himself, the executive lunch is not the only thing in the store. In his recent tweet on Thursday, Sun informed that apart from the lunch, something huge is coming next week for the TRON community.
— Justin Sun (@justinsuntron) July 18, 2019
The tweet has created tremendous curiosity among enthusiasts and community stakeholders. The news could be related to the BitTorrent section of the TRON Ecosystem, which is already expected to boost the user base of the network by 100 million new users. Or it could be related to traditional tycoons declaring support for TRON after the executive lunch.
Meanwhile, the crypto industry, in general, has high expectations from the event. Buffett has been a staunch critic of cryptocurrencies, and Bitcoin, in particular, criticizing for lack of usability. It is being touted that Sun’s lunch with the old man could help him understand the crypto industry much better, and even become a big investor himself.
To accomplish this, TRON’s chief has invited biggies of the crypto industry, like Litecoin creator Charlie Lee, Huobi Global head Livio Wang, and Binance head Changpeng Zhao. While Lee and Wang have agreed to attend, CZ declined the invitation. Recently, Sun also invited crypto finance company Circle’s CEO Jeremy Allaire Twitter. He tweeted,
I’d like to invite my good friend @jerallaire, Co-founder & CEO of Circle, to join my lunch with @WarrenBuffett. Seven days to go, and more friends to be announced!
Allaire has accepted the invitation and informed that he would be available for the event. He further added that digital currencies have become a major policy issue and that there’s a lot for Mr. Buffett to understand.
Hi Justin, I would be honored to join you and @WarrenBuffett next week to discuss crypto!! Count me in. Crypto is now a major global policy issue and there is a great deal for Mr Buffet to understand and for us to learn from him as well. https://t.co/PGY8bXQBcZ
— Jeremy Allaire (@jerallaire) July 18, 2019