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Malcolm Cassele’s Work in Cryptocurrency

OpSkins, a global leader in both in-game virtual assets and bitcoin merchanting, is led by its CIO, Malcolm CasSelle. However, it is limited in its potential by being centralized. This makes decentralization the next logical step for OpSkins. OpSkins first entered the bitcoin merchanting market by setting up a unique blockchain platform known as WAX (Worldwide Asset eXchange) that is designed to more efficiently trade virtual assets. Although WAX is a separate entity than OpSkins, it is also led by Malcolm CasSelle who serves as its president.

Malcolm entered adult life by earning degrees in Computer Science from MIT and Standford University. He spent years assisting in the leadership of various startups like MediaPass and Xfire. He was instrumental in helping along Groupon’s joint venture with the Chinese technology company, Tencent. He also cofounded PCCW, a Hong Kong-based telecom company, and NetNoir, an early Afrocentric-media production website. From 1998 to 2002 he led Pacific Century Cyberworks as its senior vice president.

At one point he served as the CTO and President of New Ventures. Before coming on board the OpSkins team he served as the SVP and GM of Digital Media of SeaChange starting in 2015. Throughout his career, he has invested in such things as Facebook, Zynga, and various bitcoin-related companies. It was in 2017 that he became a leader in both OpSkins and WAX. WAX is capable of fulfilling the complete in-game serves of more than 400 million players at any given moment.

It will allow all of these people to interact on one virtual, decentralized platform. The WAX tokens allow for the easy exchange of cryptocurrency. Users can expect instant payments, security, and trust services. This allows for a greater amount of participants on a virtual, decentralized platform than ever before. This is only the beginning in the technological frontier that will be ever more explored in the future.

Find out more about Malcolm CasSelle: https://twitter.com/malcolmcasselle?lang=en