Malcolm CasSelle is Uniting Video Games and Cryptocurrencies

Malcolm CasSelle is the CIO of the virtual trade goods giant OPSkins. He is an expert programmer and is extremely knowledgeable about blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies. Realizing that centralized markets are limited when it comes to technological advancements and capabilities, Michael CasSelle and partners created WAX.

WAX is a decentralized market made possible by the latest blockchain technology. It serves a safe, secure platform for buyers and sellers to exchange goods. With WAX, fraudsters are put out of business and scammers have no way to get away with their crimes.

Not only does WAX prevent fraudulent merchants, it deals with the geographic fragmenting problem extravagantly. WAX comes equipped with its own cryptocurrency called WAX Tokens. Users from all over the world are able to exchange their country’s currency for WAX Tokens, which they can then use to purchase video game assets from other users. The seller can then either hold onto his WAX Token or exchange them for the currency of his or her choice.

About Malcolm CasSelle

Malcolm CasSelle is the CIO of OPSkins and the President of the Worldwide Asset eXchange, AKA WAX. Before he got involved in OPSkins, he has been involved in the newspaper publication industry and several other multi-media companies. Some of his other business ventures consist of MediaPass, SeaChange International and Xfire.

Prior to beginning his long, stories career, he got his education at MIT and Stanford. Due to his degree in Computer Science, he has been able to be an innovator in nearly every industry he has been involved in. He as been involved in the creation and activities of such innovations as a unique online paywall solution, an argueable predecessor to Twitch, and a social media tracking program.

With such a near endless list of accomplishments, WAX and WAX Tokens are sure to be a hit in the video game community. With WAX, Malcom CasSelle intends to provide the one true currency for video game players all over the world.