Malcome CasSelle is the CTO of OPSkins, which is the worldwide leader in selling in-game virtual assets and the top merchant for bitcoins internationally. The company is looking to launch a modern blockchain platform that supports virtual asset trading, which is called the Worldwide Asset eXchange; also known as WAX. The goal of the launch is to solve the issues of fraud and fragmentation in the virtual assets marketplace by using a widget that is blockchain-enabled. This will help to solve the problem of regional and local marketplaces by offering a WAX Token, which will tokenize the virtual assets marketplace. No intermediaries will be needed for this new process, and gamers around the world are celebrating this new innovation.
Malcolm CasSelle is a successful entrepreneur, the President of the Worldwide Asset Exchange (WAX), and the CIO of OPSkins. He earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science while studying at MIT and went on to earn a Master’s Degree in Computer Science while attending Stanford University. His career started out when he helped to co-found NetNoir and serve as its CTO. NetNoir was one of the earliest media production websites that centered around Afrocentric culture and was the first company to be approved to be a part of AOL’s Greenhouse Program.
In 1998, Malcom CasSelle became the senior Vice President of Pacific Century Cyberworks where he also served in an advisor capacity to the Chief Executive Officer of the company. During 2006 through 2013, CasSelle became the Director of Union Investments, which is a Hong Kong-based company. There, he worked to manage investments made by private parties for late-stage web companies. He also worked with Tencent and Groupon in a joint venture where he served in an executive role.
Malcom CasSelle became the Chief Executive Officer of XFire in 2012, which is a global social network for video game players. He also has been working with MediaPass since 2013 as its CEO
and also served with Timeline Labs as its CEO and founder until it was acquired by SeaChange International in 2014. He continued to serve SeaChange International in the capacity of its General Manager and Senior Vice President after the acquisition.