This won’t be the first time the lunch has been held in San Francisco. In 2000, the inaugural meal, won by technology entrepreneur Pete Budlong for $25,000 (or about $37,000 in today’s dollars), was held at Stars, also a steakhouse. The city is home to Glide, the anti-poverty nonprofit supported by Buffett’s late wife which will get the proceeds from the lunch.

Tron CEO Sun is the creator of the Tronix (TRX) cryptocurrency, which had its initial coin offering just before China started a major crackdown on cryptocurrency. Buffett, as recently as last year, referred to bitcoin as “rat poison” and said the sector attracted charlatans.

Perhaps they should have stuck with a restaurant that iconic New York Times food critic Ruth Reichl called “a steakhouse to end all arguments.”

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