OPSkins is the top bitcoin merchant in the world as well as the leader of sales when it comes to in-game virtual assets. Their users are based all around the world which means that there are many micro-payments that take place cross-border on a regular and frequent basis. With their large market size and high demand from their users, they are a prime candidate when it comes to creating a decentralized protocol for monetary exchanges.
Malcolm CasSelle and the other founders of OPSkins are in the process of launching a new platform in order to simplify virtual asset training in a secure way using blockchain technology. This platform is known as WAX and is a peer to peer marketplace that was created to trade virtual assets. Their combination of decentralized smart contracts and blockchain will create a platform that will allow sellers and buyers to trade their virtual assets efficiently and securely with each other.
When it comes to virtual asset trading, there have been problems when it comes to fraud and fragmentation that Malcolm CasSelle and the rest of the team at WAX are planning to fix. There are many different virtual marketplaces that currently exist on a local and global level, WAX will allow users to tokenize their assets and remove the friction that currently exists.
Entrepreneur Malcolm CasSelle is the President of WAX, the Worldwide Asset EXchange) as well as the Chief Information Officer of OPSkins. In the past, Malcolm CasSelle has also been the President of New Ventures and Chief Technology Officer of tronc. Malcolm CasSelle has degrees in Computer Science from both MIT and Stanford University, he earned a bachelors from MIT and a masters from Stanford. He is also multi-lingual with the ability to speak English, Japanese, and Mandarin.
One of Malcolm CasSelle’s earliest positions began in 1995 when he acted as the Chief Technology Officer at the company he co-founded, NetNoir. NetNoir was one of the first websites to be focused on media production centered around Afrocentric culture. Malcolm CasSelle went on to other positions at Pacific Century Cyber works from 2006 to 2013 before becoming the General Manager and Senior Vice President of Digital Media for Seachange International.