Tron CEO Justin Sun’s exuberant marketing skills may have come back to bite him again. And Tron (TRX) coin holders are along for the ride. Sun's Weibo account was shut down on Dec. 12, according to Dovey Wan, a founding partner at venture capital firm Primitive Ventures.
Justin Sun-Warren Buffett $4.6 million lunch delay mystery deepens
Calling into question Sun’s story of kidney stones, the Tron founder posted an abject apology on Weibo for over-marketing the meal
On Thursday, Sun wrote an abject, public apology on his Chinese Weibo account for “over-marketing” his high-profile lunch with Berkshire Hathaway chairman and CEO Warren Buffett. Two months ago, Sun spent $4.6 million in a charity auction to win the lunch with the legendary investor, and has been hyping it by inviting his seven allotted guests one at a time via Twitter.
Tron influencers ate Warren Buffett’s lunch and loved it
Justin Sun woos YouTubers at afterparty
It’s been a strange week covering Tron. What was supposed to be a conversation with legendary investor Warren Buffett on the merits of building the new global economy with cryptocurrency quickly devolved into a non-event. The planned $4.6 million charity lunch was abruptly cancelled due to Justin Sun’s health concerns.
Reports of Justin Sun’s detention in China greatly exaggerated
Recuperating from kidney stones, the Tron founder was forced to resort to a live video Q&A in front of San Francisco’s Bay Bridge
Tron founder and CEO Justin Sun was forced to postpone his $4.6 million lunch with legendary investor Warren Buffett because he had a kidney stone attack, and that’s a good thing.