Malcolm CasSelle currently serves as the President of Worldwide Asset eXchange also known as WAX. He is also the CIO of OPSKins. WAX is a decentralized platform for the enhancement of a secure in-game online item exchange. Does it sound too technical? Malcolm built WAX from OPSkins hoping to make the world of online trading more transparent and secure thus minimizing scams.
How did Malcolm CasSelle get here?
In 1995, Malcolm CasSelle served as CTO for his first ever company NetNoir that was the first exterior placed company to be accepted into the AOL Greenhouse Program. He also served as the Vice President at Pacific Century Cyberworks, a company that traded on telecom services in Hong Kong. Malcolm grew his career from SeaChange International where he was a General manager in 2015. Before that, Malcolm worked for a string of companies in the digital industry including Xfire, Groupon’s joint venture with Tencent and MediaPass. He acquired his remarkable skills through persistent hard work and discipline in an ever-evolving industry. He previously worked at tronc as President and was responsible for overseeing steady growth on digital assets and when it was time he began to write his book of life; OPSKins was born.
OPSKins is a market leader in the sales of in-game assets. There are millions of micropayments sent across the platform by its users making OPSkins one of the largest centralized marketplace for gaming assets. Over time, OPSKin could not handle the huge number of transactions thus creating the need for a decentralized market. The new blockchain marketplace for online trading known as WAX would be decentralized allowing users to trade online assets among each other effectively.
According to Malcolm, WAX is supposed to solve two problems; scamming and fragmentation. We all agree that idea is entirely genius. Malcolm’s intelligence could be traced from his computer science degree and his passion for conducting research projects in the tech industry. He continues to take business courses that help him understand the management aspect of the business. After only two years as an independent company, Malcolm CasSelle managed to make millions. He owes his career success to his unending leadership roles and management positions that nurtured him to become the best.