The strange buyer of the most expensive Non-fungible token, “Everydays: The First 5000 Days” by Beeple with the pseudonym, Metakovan has revealed himself.
The real names, important figures and stories behind the project was on Thursday revealed by Metapurse, a worldwide NFT Fund and whose founder successfully bid and acquired the Christie auction for $69.3 million
The real name of the buyer of the NFT by Bepple was Vignesh Sundaresan, who goes by the pseudonym Metakovan. As reported by Metapurse, Vignesh Sundaresan is the buyer of the Beeple’s $69 million NFT and also the founder of Metapurse.
Since 2013, Vignesh Sundaresan, before he found Metapurse, he has been in the Crypto industry, co-founded ATM project BitAccess and constantly creating crypto exchange coins.
Anand Venkateswaran who is also known by his pseudonym Twobadour is operating Metapurse in partnership with Vignesh Sundaresan and both of them are immigrants from Tamil Nadu, a south Indian state.
Sundaresan and Venkateswaran posited that they revealed themselves because they decided to give some hints in their joint press rrelase with Christie, otherwise they would have remained Pseudonym. They further stated that the reason of revealing their identity is to show people of colour, such as Indians, that they could be patrons, that the global south was rising and Crypto remains an equalizing power between the West and the rest. Conclusively, the duo opined that the pseudonym was rather used as an ‘Exosuits’ rather than a mask.