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I love this, it comes round every year and I'm always left wondering who pays for the lunch? Lol.

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I saw that the latest lunch went to Justin Sun for $4,567,888, that is not a cheap lunch. I think it will be interesting as he is a crypto guy and stated that he would be using his right to invite seven others to the lunch. Who will be leaders in the crypto space, although when asked Justin stated that he had a lot of respect for Warren and saw the lunch as a way to pay Warren back.

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