The Years of Malcolm CasSelle

Malcolm CasSelle is the CIO of OPSkins and the president of WAX, OPSkings virtual gaming assets trading platform, WAX (Worldwide Asset eXchange. WAX in an innovative in-game virtual trading blockchain platform. One groundbreaking thing WAX has done is to centralize all virtual trading. Up to this point, it was very difficult for cross-border trading to take place since all countries have their own rules, regulations, language, and processes. WAX has also made its site fraud-proof by using smart contacts that eliminate the need for transactional subsidiaries by creating its own transaction structures.

After obtaining both a B.A. and M.A. in Computer Sciences, in 1995 he co-founded and became CTO of Netnoir. From 1998 to 2002 he served as Vice President and Presidential Adviser of Pacific Century Cyberworks. He later served Groupon, helping it grow its presence in Eastern China. Both PCCW and his work with Group were in Asia. As a result of his years here, he became fluent in Mandarin and Chinese. He became CEO of Xfire in 2012 and the CEO of MediaPass in 2013. He then co-founded and led Timeline Labs, a social media tracker software company, as its CEO until it was purchased by Seachange International in 2015.

At that time he became the Senior Vice President and General Manager of the SeaChange owned company Digital Media. In 2017 he became joined the leadership of OPSkins and its subsidiary, WAX. He has since appeared on TV to discuss the innovative work of WAX. He said the idea for WAX came during the troubles they had trading on OPSkins with the limitations of its platform. During the early part of the last decade, he was also an early investor in Facebook, Zynga, and a variety of blockchain companies. CasSelle remains one of the leading figures of today’s technology industry.

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