Malcolm CasSelle is a chief information officer of OPSkins, a global leader in in-game virtual assets sales. The company is also the world’s leading bitcoin merchant. It has a following of users from all over the world who regularly make cross-border micro-payments, making the company a prime candidate when it comes to market size as well as demand for a protocol that’s decentralized.
The company is the number one centralized marketplace for virtual assets, but there are always limitations to the technological abilities of all centralized technologies. This makes the virtual assets decentralized marketplace the natural next action in the progression.
OPSkins creators are launching a brand new blockchain platform designed for virtual asset trading, known as Worldwide Asset eXchange (WAX). Worldwide Asset eXchange is a peer-to-peer marketplace for virtual assets trading. It’s built upon a blockchain foundation and decentralized smart contracts that are going to allow sellers and buyers to trade virtual assets with each another efficiently.
About Malcolm Casselle
He holds a master’s degree in computer science, which he earned from Stanford University. He also has a bachelor’s degree in computer science, which he received from MIT. Casselle is the president of Worldwide Asset eXchange and the CIO of OPSkins. Before WAX, he served as president and CTO of New Ventures at tronc, which was formerly Tribune Publishing. Before tronc, Inc., Casselle was the general manager, Digital Media and senior vice president of SeaChange International.
He joined the company in the year 2015 as apart of the SeaChange International’s acquisition of Timeline Labs. While in Timeline Lab, he served as its chief executive officer. Previously, he led many startup companies in the digital industry. These startups include Xfire, MediaPass, and the joint venture of Groupon with Tencent in China. Also, Casselle has been an active investor in popular companies like Zynga, Facebook, and funds in blockchain verticals and big data.
Earlier in his career, he was the co-founder PCCW, which is a publicly Hong Kong-based traded telecom currently valued at over 35 billion dollars.
During his career, Casselle helped in raising millions for the public offering for PCCW and also hundreds of millions of dollars for other private transactions.