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TRON Cofounder Justin Sun Was Catched Sight of Public in Day of A Failed Lunch with Warren Buffett

According to representatives of the Tron Foundation, the reason to postpone the lunch with the legendary investor Warren Buffett was Justin Sun’s kidney stones. However, this did not prevent him from attending a San Francisco party. Moreover, he retweeted his photo from the event himself.

Recently, the Chinese media Caixin reported that Justin Sun was forbidden to leave China because of investigations regarding his business.

However, Caixin was able to confirm the information that restrictions on Sun were preceded no later than June 2018. While he was still in the country. In July 2018, according to the report, he began to actively explore the possibility of lifting the ban and in November he left China, although it is not known how. At the same time, Cliff Edwards denies the existence of legal restrictions.

CnLedger, China’s traditional cryptocurrency news provider, recognized Sun’s post on the Weibo social network, where he apologizes for marketing too aggressive in the context of Buffett lunch and expresses his deep respect for Caixin cofounder and Sogou technology company director Xiaochuan Wang. He also promises to significantly reduce marketing activity and to direct more resources to the blockchain research and technology development.

Note that the post on Weibo is no longer available and it remains only to trust cnLedger, which was not previously seen in the dissemination of untruthful information.

The cofounder of the Bittorrent protocol, Bram Cohen, also said on Twitter that the last payment from Justin Sun in the framework of the Bittorrent’s purchase has not left the escrow on time.

Recall that lunch with Buffett should also be visited by Circle CEO Jeremy Allair, Litecoin founder Charlie Lee, head of the eToro investment platform Yoni Assia and presenting Huobi to Chris Lee.



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