Malcolm CasSelle is known for his role as Chief Information Officer of the global corporation OPSkins that is leading the sales market of in-game virtual assets. The company is also the top merchant of bitcoin in the world.
One of latest directions of OPSkins is to ignite the industry of cryptocurrency through their new project called WAX. It is a platform that will bring a lot of change to the virtual assets trading market. Over the years, there has been a strong fragmentation between players on the market. The WAX platform aims to bridge that gap through a blockchain modeled after eSports. It will allow buyers and sellers to come together and tokenize their assets and sell them in a setting that is proofed against fraud and establishes a frictionless and smooth operating market.
WAX will be headed by CIO Malcolm CasSelle who is going to be serving as the President of the platform. Malcolm CasSelle firmly believes that WAX has the power to change the gaming industry and the way virtual assets are traded among players. Brining cryptocurrency into the gaming asset market might seem daunting to some, but in reality, it is not far off from what gamers are able to do in trading skins already. WAX is going to make it more structured and make sure that gamers have a safe space to do that trading.
CIO and President Malcolm CasSelle has a degree from the Stanford University in Computer Science. He is also a graduate of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. In 2016, Malcolm CasSellestarted operating as the President and CTO of the Tribune Publishing where he is responsible for the investment strategy and the digital P & L of the corporation.
Previously, Malcolm CasSellewas, a mentor at Plug and Pay Bitcoin and Advisor at the company of Sensey. Other advisory positions Malcolm CasSelle has had at companies such as Directech Labs, Votocast, Timeline Labs, Bringhub, Pretty Quick, as well as several other businesses.
Malcolm CasSelle has also worked at highly established corporations such as Groupon. In 1998, he established the PCCW where he worked until 2002, as Senior VP.
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