Buyer of Beeples $ 69 Million NFT at Christie’s Reveals Identity

The mysterious buyer of the world’s most expensive non-consumable token “Everydays: The First 5000 Days” from Beeple revealed his identity.

Metapurse, a global NFT fund, the founder of which is successful all in one Christie’s auction for $ 69.3 million He wrote one in early March Post on your blog on Thursday will reveal the real names and stories of the key characters behind the project.

According to the announcement, Vignesh Sundaresan is the real name of MetaKovan, the pseudonymous founder of Metapurse and buyer of Beeple’s $ 69 million NFT. Before founding Metapurse, Sundaresan has been active in the cryptocurrency industry since 2013, creating the cryptocurrency exchange. Coins-e and co-founder of the Cryptocurrency ATM project, BitAccess.

Buyer of Beeples $ 69 Million NFT at Christie’s Reveals Identity
Buyer of Beeples $ 69 Million NFT at Christie’s Reveals Identity

Sundaresan co-operates the Metapurse Fund Anand Venkateswaran, who is also known by his pseudonym Twobadour. As announced, both Sundaresan and Venkateswaran are immigrants from the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu.

“We could have kept pseudonyms, but we have decided to remove some references in our joint press release with Christie’s. […] The goal was to show Indians and people of color that they too can be patrons, that cryptocurrencies represent a balancing power between the West and the rest and that the global South is rising. “ Sundaresan and Venkateswaran wrote. They said that too Their pseudonyms “were never intended as masks”, but as “exosuits”.

Together with the disclosure of identity, Metapurse announced the Metapurse scholarship, Five writer scholarships are awarded here on the convergence of NFT technology, art, and finance. “In this first edition, we’re offering five storytellers, writers, producers, and content creators $ 100,000 across 12 monthly grants.”

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