In a Twitter thread, the pseudonymous figurehead explained why he decided it was time to doxx himself and reveal his identity publicly.
The identity of one of the co-founders of the rapidly growing NFT marketplace Blur was revealed last night in a thread on Twitter. The individual shared a picture of himself next to the Web3 avatar that he uses for interviews.
Pacman stated in a series of tweets that he “enjoyed the privacy” of using a pseudonym, but that he felt it was time to share his identity publicly because the community had “grown exponentially” in the year since Blur’s launch.
He included information about Namebase, a company he founded and later sold, as well as other personal details. Linking Pacman to a Crunchbase profile and LinkedIn profile that match to these details and previous statements Pacman has made about his experiences reveals his name as Tieshun Roquerre.
Pictures from his Instagram account, Github, and other social media platforms provide additional evidence of his identity.
After revealing his identity, numerous Blur fans tweeted their respect for their activities. And they mentioned the recent Blur-related news, such as the $300 million airdrop to ‘loyal’ NFT users