I guess what you are saying is that you observe the device MAC address, which is not the device BLE address but the WiFi station address, and then you somehow somewhere see a BLE MAC which is off by +2.
Well, I do see 30AEA4807A9A on a device which I know is 30AEA4807A98 but that is comparing apples to oranges. Both are different MAC addresses belonging to different interfaces and you need to know how the manufacturer (the owner of the OUI in the public MAC), Espressif, assigns the variable portion of this public address space.
30AEA4 is Espressif’s OUI and they manage how they assign addresses. They explain how they do it here: they assign their chips every 4th number and then distribute those values among the four possible interfaces (WiFi station, WiFi softap, Bluetooth and Ethernet) by adding 0, 1, 2 or 3 (in that order); so a BLE address is effectively a WiFi station address +2.