WAX: A New Innovation in the Field of Virtual Assets Trading Led By Malcolm Casselle

OpSkins is the leading seller of in-game virtual assets and bitcoin merchant all around the globe. Under the leadership of Malcolm Casselle, OpSkins boasts of an extensive global presence with many users making international payments. The company also enjoys an extensive market share in the industry. Its users are constantly raising the demand of a decentralized system for virtual assets. As such, OpSkins is shifting from the centralized marketplace for virtual assets to meet the changing needs of its clients in the market.

Most recently, OpSkins successfully launched the WAX (Worldwide Asset eXchange) blockchain platform. It seeks to aid trading on virtual assets. The platform facilitates P2P virtual assets trading based on blockchain and valuable contracts, making it efficient for both the sellers and buyers to trade virtual assets amongst themselves.

Following the introduction of WAX into the market, issues of fragmentation and fraud are easy to solve. Solving these problems is now easy using the blockchain-based widget. It enables users to successfully sell and buy virtual items in an instant without deviating from their games. Additionally, the WAX Token offers a common currency for trading. As such, problems brought about by Forex are a thing of the past.

Malcolm Casselle serves as the CIO at OpSkins. He also sits at the Presidency of World Asset eXchange (WAX). As a renowned entrepreneur, Malcolm started his career journey leading various startup companies in the digital industry. He is the man behind the growth and development of digital firms such as the joint venture between Groupon and China’s Tencent. Before his debut at WAX, Casselle worked at Tron, Inc. as the head of new ventures. Prior to this role, he was a General Manager and Senior V.P at SeaChange’s digital media.

Moreover, Casselle actively invested in several reputable companies including Facebook and Zynga during their early stages. He has recently focused his investments in firms operating within the Bitcoin industry.

Malcolm Casselle’s career thrives on a strong education background. He graduated from MIT with a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science. He also owns a Computer Science degree from the Stanford University. Besides, he is fluent in both Mandarin and Japanese.