Worldwide Asset Exchange President Malcolm CasSelle

To encourage online video gamers to use cryptocurrency to trade digital items, an option called WAX Token was introduced by the founders of OpSkins, one of the world’s most popular virtual trading markets. WAX, which stands for Worldwide Asset eXchange, is a platform that allows users to set up their own buying and selling venue without having to go to the trouble of acquiring an online business website, and without having to pay upfront fees.

Malcolm CasSelle is the President of this innovative system that’s centered around trading online assets. Some of the virtual items that can be exchanged using the WAX platform are rare items known as skins, which are of high value to collectors. It is estimated that 400 million online video gamers all over the world spend more than $50 billion a year on trading game assets. WAX gives these traders a quick and easy way to complete these exchanges while giving the collectors of the virtual items access to a great deal of inventory.

Having earned a Bachelor’s degree from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, as well as a Master’s degree in Computer Science from Stanford University, Malcolm CasSelle has years of experience when it comes to investing in companies and new technologies. He was an early investor in Facebook and in Bitcoin-based companies. He also worked as the CEO of Xfire, which is a global online social network for video game players. The network had more than 22 million registered gamers.

His other previous executive duties were within companies like Capital Union Investments, a Hong-Kong based business where he served as Director and managed private investments, and at Sea Change International, where he was the Senior Vice President and General Manager of Digital Media after joining the company in 2015. He is currently the Chief Technology Officer and President of a company called New Ventures at tronc, Inc., which was formerly Tribune Publishing.

Malcolm CasSelle was born in Allentown, Pennsylvania on March 22, 1970, and not only is he a skilled and successful U.S. business executive, he is also fluent in both the Japanese and Mandarin languages.

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