Justin Sun said he postponed the Buffett lunch due to kidney stones. But that didn't stop him from briefly mingling at a Tron party Thursday night.
Justin Sun, founder of the Tron cryptocurrency, just issued a public apology in Chinese for his conduct over the Warren Buffett lunch.
If, as the saying goes, any publicity is good publicity, then Tuesday was a great day for Tron CEO Justin Sun.
Sun will sit down with Buffett, Circle's Jeremy Allaire, and Yoni Assia, founder and CEO of eToro.
The price of Tron tanked Monday on inaccurate rumors of a "police raid" at the company's office in Beijing. The real story was more interesting.
Justin Sun’s upcoming lunch with Warren Buffett is a genius marketing play that can only help the cryptocurrency sector, writes Noelle Acheson.
For the first time in 15 years, the annual Buffett luncheon is switching venues.
Warren Buffett will chow down on steak with Justin Sun after Sun donated $4.57 million to a homeless charity.
The former CTO of Tron, who left the company in January to build a "new Tron," is denying serious accusations from Tron CEO Justin Sun.
Crypto ATM firm CoinFlip has postponed adding the Tron version of USDT, citing the New York Attorney General's Tether probe.