When it comes to selling in-game virtual assets, OPSkins is a global leader. It’s also the leading bitcoin merchant you would find on this planet. The company has a large number of global users who make frequent micro-payments on a cross-border basis. Its ability to handle decentralized protocol has increased its user demand and market size.
All this could not have been possible without the leadership and expertise of Malcolm CasSelle. Although OPSkins is a renowned marketplace for virtual assets, it suffers some limitations in technology. This made Malcolm think how the virtual assets could be traded in a decentralized marketplace. WAX or World Asset eXchange is the new blockchain platform OPSkins has launched for trading virtual assets.
If it were not for WAX, fraud and fragmentation would not have been resolved. These two problems have affected the virtual asset markets. WAX has solved these major problems using a widget with an enabled blockchain. With this widget, it becomes easier for the platform users to sell their virtual goods or sell them without the need to click off the game. Looking at how fragmented the virtual market has become, Malcolm CasSelle has come with the WAX type blockchain to unite it.
Malcolm believes this blockchain will go a long way to solve the existing security concerns, language problem, and improve the payment processing steps. He says that people would only be able to sell and tokenize their virtual assets once a frictionless market has been created.
Malcolm CasSelle is the WAX President today and still the CIO of OPSkins. He has transformed the way online video games operate today. He has made it easier for people to sell and buy items from these video games. Before he came to WAX, Malcolm was working at Tribune Publishing, now called CTO. He has contributed to the immense growth of this company.
Through his leadership, it’s now easier to leverage digital assets. He had at one time worked at Digital Media as the general manager and SVP also. He had started his own company known as Timeline Labs that Digital Media acquired later. Malcolm CasSelle is remembered for the startups such as Xfire, MediaPass, and Groupon joint venture he established in the digital industry. Zynga and Facebook are some of the companies he has invested in beside funding in blockchain verticals and big data.
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