Malcolm CasSelle is the CIO of the leading bitcoin merchant company known as OpSkins. Currently, the founder of OpSkins is developing a new blockchain program to be used in virtual asset trading that the creators have named Worldwide Asset Exchanged, or WAX.
WAX rectifies two of the largest issues found in virtual benefit markets, which are fragmentation and fraud thanks to the use of blockchain, which grants users the ability to buy and sell assets without having to leave their game. WAX also allows users to tokenize their game credits in order to quickly buy and sell with other players seamless and effortlessly.
Malcolm CasSelle graduated from MIT with a bachelor’s degree and from Stanford University with his master’s degree; both of which in computer sciences. Aside from being the CIO of OpSkins and the president of WAX, Malcolm CasSelle has a plethora of accomplishments under his belt. Before his presidency of WAX, he was the CTO and president of a previous company known as New Ventures as Tronc Inc.; otherwise known as Tribune Publishing.
Malcolm’s early beginnings start when he co-founded NetNoir in 1995. Later, he became a senior vice president and direct advisor for the CEO of Pacific Century CyberWorks between the years of 1998 and 2002. Around the same time, he had become the top executive of Groupon’s joint project with China’s leading gaming platform, TenCent. By 2012, Malcolm became the CEO of Xfire, which was a social network for game players.
In 2013, CasSelle was the CEO for Media Pass. Also, during 2013, he co-founded and was CEO for Timeline Labs, which ended up being taken over by SeaChange International in 2014. At which point, Malcolm became the Senior Vice President and the general manager of digital media for SeaChange. Malcolm CasSelle is one of the leading proprietors of the digital world today and continues to climb the corporate ladder to success.