Malcom CasSelle is leading the Worldwide Asset eXchange (WAX) into a bright future. By tokenizing in-game items, the decentralized platform is allowing everyone to take part of a virtual game assets marketplace that should lower costs of transactions and introduce new opportunities for marketplaces in games that have never had them. This means that gamers will be able to own virtual assets, which should create a more sustainable online marketplace economy that will surely grow.
Malcome CasSelle has been aware, from the start, that safeguarding the WAX token as well as virtual asset bonds would be crucial to the success of the process. By allowing token holders to become a part of the virtual asset exchange by taking on the role of transfer agents, the system now has a solid way to make sure that tokens stay linked to their asset on the blockchain. This revolutionary system is sure to shake things up in the gaming world.
Malcom CasSelle is a known entrepreneur, the President of WAX, and the CIO of OPSkins. He can speak in, both, Mandarin and Japanese and earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science while attending MIT. He also studied at Stanford University where he received his Master’s Degree in Computer Science. Mr. CasSelle has used what he learned during his time at college as well as his own savvy and intuition to guide him when he is making business investments and decisions. This helped him to look into the future and see what others couldn’t when he invested in the early stages of Zynga, companies in the Bitcoin industry, and Facebook.
Before creating WAX, Malcolm CasSelle worked with tronc as its CTO and President, and before this, he served Digital Media at SeaChange Int’l as its GM and Senior Vice President. Mr. CasSelle has taken on leadership positions with a Groupon joint venture in China; Tencent, with Xfire; which is a social network for gamers that has 22 million followers, and MediaPass. Earlier on in his working life, he co-founded PCCW, which is currently worth more than $35 billion. During his time with PCCW, he raised millions of dollars and is a large part of its success.