OPSkins is the number one international company in selling in-game virtual assets. The entity also leads in Bitcoin trading worldwide. OPSkins founders are developing a new blockchain channel for virtual asset trading known as WAX.
The new firm provides a P2P market for the virtual assets trading. WAX solves fragmentation and fraud conditions in virtual asset marketplaces. It has a widget that is blockchain-enabled to allow users to buy and sell virtual commodities without clicking off their game. They can buy assets from each other without frictions.
WAX also solves problems associated with geographic fragmenting. Users cannot transact on a platform using different cryptocurrencies without mediators. Gamers using WAX Token eliminates the FOREX problem facing the virtual asset markets.
The online asset market is experiencing security and fraud issues especially those using centralized marketplaces. Buyers suffer from delivery of incomplete goods. The blockchain aims at solving this condition. WAX eliminates the need for intermediaries to settle the fraud problem. Smart contracts and blockchain allow new users to operate efficiently in the market.
About Malcolm CasSelle
Malcolm CasSelle joined NetNoir, media production websites dealing with Afrocentric culture, in 1995 as the CTO. He joined Pacific Century CyberWorks in 1998 and was the CEO advisor and senior vice president from 1998 to 2002. In 2006, CasSelle became the Capital Union Investments director for seven years. His role involved managing private investments.
CasSelle joined SeaChange International after the company acquired Timeline Labs, and he served as the chief executive officer. He has led startups in the digital sector like the joint venture between Tencent and MediaPass, Groupon and Xfire in China. Mr. CasSelle has invested in organizations like Facebook, Bitcoin-related entities, and Zynga.
Malcolm CasSelle is the president of Worldwide Asset eXchange (WAX) and CIO of OPSkins. Before joining WAX, he worked as president and CTO of New Ventures at Tribune Publishing (currently known as Tronc, Inc.). He has worked as general manager and senior vice president, Digital Media of SeaChange International.
Malcolm CasSelle is a computer science graduate with a degree from MIT. He enrolled for masters in the same course from Stanford University. The vivid leader speaks Mandarin and Japanese.