Malcom CasSelle Leads WAX Into A Future Where Its Users Can Trade Virtual Assets Freely And Securely

OPSkins is the top bitcoin merchant in the world and is also the number one place to sale in-game virtual assets. Because of the fact that the world is in need of a decentralized marketplace for virtual assets, the founders of OPSkins are looking to get their new company, WAX, off of the ground. WAX is a marketplace where users can trade virtual assets using blockchain technology that makes it very efficient. This will help to create a more secure future for the trading of virtual assets and unites a market that has been fragmented for some time. With the creation of the WAX Token, buyers and sellers of virtual items can make quick trades knowing that they are using a system that protects them from fraud. This is certainly the future of the industry, and WAX is setting itself up as a worldwide leader.

Malcolm CasSelle is a successful entrepreneur, the Chief Information Officer of OPSkins, and the President of the Worldwide Asset eXchange (WAX). He studied at MIT where he received a Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science and also earned a Master’s Degree in Computer Science while going to Stanford University. He knows how to speak, both, Mandarin and Japanese, and these languages have come in handy as he has done business in countries where they are relevant. CasSelle’s intuitive form of investing led him to foresee the success of many different companies, and he was able to get in on the ground floor and make investments in them that paid off. A couple of these companies include Zynga and Facebook, and he also had the insight to invest in a spread of companies related to the cryptocurrency, Bitcoin.

Before Malcom CasSelle went to work with WAX, he was the President and CTO ofNew Ventures at tronc, Inc. Previously, he also worked with Digital Media of SeaChange International as the company’s General Manager and Senior Vice President. In 2015, he became the CEO of Timeline Labs when it was purchased by SeaChange International. Before all of this, he guided many different startups and among these were Xfire, MediaPass, and a joint venture between Tencent in China and Groupon.

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