Malcolm CasSelle is the CIO of OPSkins, which is a world leader in the sales of in-game virtual assets. The company is also the leading bitcoin merchant in the entire world. Additionally, the firm is considered as a significant candidate regarding user demand and market size for a protocol that is decentralized.
The Invention of WAX
The people who established Opskins are coming up with a new blockchain platform for virtual asset trading known as WAX-Worldwide Asset Exchange. WAX is a marketplace that is convenient for the trading of virtual assets, created upon a foundation of decentralized smart, and blockchain contracts that pave the way for sellers and purchasers to trade virtual assets with each other in an efficient manner.
The blockchain platform is known to solve substantial fraud difficulties in the virtual asset industry. It does this without the need for intermediaries and ensures that products reach customers whenever the need arises. WAX also helps sellers to supply their products without the need for intermediaries who make the price of products to go up.
Malcolm CasSelle Current Position
At the moment, Malcolm CasSelle is the president of WAX and CIO of Opkins. Previously, he was the CIO and president of Tronc, which was known as Tribune Publishing. His main task was to oversee the growth of properties leveraging digital assets. He was also the general manager and SVP of Digital Media at SeaCgange. Also, he was the Chief Executive Officer -INT’l which acquired his firm’s organization timeline labs.
Malcolm CasSelle as the Leader of Startups
Malcolm CasSelle is also known for leading startups in the digital industry. Some of the startups include MediaPass, a leading solution of the digital subscription to major media firms. The other startup is Xfire, a social network gamer of 22M, and the joint venture of Groupon with Tencent in China. He has also been an investor in firms like Zynga and Facebook and brings in huge information and blockchain verticals. Malcolm CasSelle is also a co-founder of PCCW, a publicly traded telecom situated in Hong Kong, and its current value $35 billion.