Malcom CasSelle is working with his company OPSkins and the Worldwide Asset Exchange (WAX) in order to continue to build one of the top decentralized marketplaces for virtual assets. WAX will be this new P2P marketplace and will allow users to buy and sell virtual assets with the click of a mouse. WAX will be solving the issues of fraud and fragmentation within the virtual goods market. The problem with the way it is now is that most people can only trade virtual assets with people who live in their region, and if they can trade with people on a global level, there are security issues. CasSelle and WAX plan on tokenizing virtual assets so their trade can be much smoother and less risky.
Malcom CasSelle is an entrepreneur and the president of the Worldwide Asset eXchange (WAX). He also serves OPSkins as its CIO and has been working on building a revolutionary virtual asset exchange that allows gamers to buy and sell in-game virtual assets without even having to log out of the game they are playing. He previously served with tronc, Inc. as its president and chief technology officer and was the senior vice president and general manager of Digital Media of SeaChange International.
Malcom CasSelle is also an investor who has made some very good investment decisions over the years. He invested in Facebook, Netflix, and Zynga at a time when they weren’t the global giants they are now and also has been a part of starting up a spread of successful companies in the digital industry. He earned a bachelor’s degree in computer science from MIT and received his master’s degree while attending Stanford University. Both of these degrees were in computer science.
Malcom CasSelle’s career began in 1995 when he helped to create NetNoir. He served as the company’s CTO, which was one of the original media production websites that featured Afrocentric culture. He moved on to work with Pacific Century Cyberworks as an advisor and its senior vice president and also worked with Capital Union Investments as a director for 7 years. In 2012, he became the chief executive officer for Xfire and also served MediaPass as its CEO.