Malcolm CasSelle Helms The Team That Created A Way To Exchange Video Game Assets

Imagine if there was a way to make real money from items you earn in video games. Well, now you can. There’s a new platform called the Worldwide Asset eXchange (or WAX for short) that enables people to sell and trade the assets they earn in video games. The platform is decentralized and features low transaction fees. Virtual assets that are earned in video games are tokenized which enables people to own these items just like any real world thing they own. The platform even has the potential to allow people to exchange physical assets in the future.
There are several people behind WAX. One of them is an international entrepreneur, Malcolm CasSelle. He has been in the technology sector for several years and has held executive level positions at a few companies. Presently he is the Chief Investment Officer of OPSkins. He is also the President of WAX, the company behind this new platform.
For a number of years Malcolm CasSelle was also one of the top executives at another technology firm, tronc. inc. He was their President of New Ventures and served as the CTO. Before this he was a Sr. VP. and General Manager at another firm, SeaChange International. He was in China for a number of years where he led a company that was a joint venture between the American company Groupon and the Chinese company Tencent. This company is called MediaPass and it is also in the technology sector.
Prior to entering the world of technology Malcolm CasSelle first attended college. He is a graduate of MIT, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in computer science. He completed his education by earning a master’s in this subject at Stanford University. It was in 1995 when he first became an entrepreneur, co-founding a media production company called NetNoir. His company was focused on Afrocentric culture and he was honored that his company was the very first one to join the Greenhouse Program at America Online (AOL).

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