Malcolm CasSelle is the Chief Investment Officer of OPSkins. He is an active entrepreneur and has emerged one of the most successful businessmen in the world. OPSkins is one of the leading companies dealing with the sales of in-game visual assets. It is also the leading bitcoin merchant in the whole world. Although the company is leading in the virtual assets market, it is having limitations on its technological abilities.
The developers of the company are currently working round the clock to develop a new blockchain platform to be used for trading virtual assets. The new platform is known as Worlwide Asset eXchange (WAX). The platform is P2P stage for virtual assets trading based on blockchain and decentralized markets foundation. WAX is solving fragmentation and fraud, the two problems facing the virtual assets market.
Malcolm CasSelle is the current President of WAX. He used to serve as the President and CTO of tronc where he was in charge of overseeing and leveraging digital property. He was also the General Manager and Senior Vice President of Digital Media subsidiary belonging to SeaChange International. SeaChange purchased his Timelines Lab where he used to work as the CEO. He co-founded Nenoir in 1995 where he was the CTO.
The company emphasizes more on the Afrocentric culture. Mr. CasSelle has taken part in the establishment of many startups in the industry. These startups include MediaPass and Xfire among other startups. MediaPass is a digital subscription solution to big media companies whereas Xfire is a social network for gamers. Malcolm is also an active investor and has invested in several companies including Facebook and Zynga.
He was also one of the founders of PCCW. Pacific Century Cyberworks is a public telecom company headquartered in Hong Kong. He worked as the senior vice president as well as the advisor to the Chief Executive Officer at the company. During his tenure at PCCW, he assisted in raising money for the company’s public offerings and private transactions. Malcolm CasSelle has two computer science degrees from MIT and Stanford University. The tech-enthusiast is fluent in speaking the Japanese and Mandarin languages.