Malcolm Casselle is the president WAX (Worldwide Asset eXchange) and the CIO of OPSkins. Mr. Casselle has a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from MIT and a master’s degree in the same from Stanford University. Malcolm is fluent in both Japanese and Mandarin. Malcolm started his career in 1995 when he co-founded NetNoir, one of the top media production websites that were fixated on Afrocentric culture. He served there as the CTO. Between 1998 and 2002 he was the advisor and senior vice president to the CEO of Pacific Century Cyberworks, a Hong Kong-based telco service provider. Between 2006 and 2013, Malcolm served as the director of Capital Union Investment Company based in Hong Kong where he was responsible in managing private direct investments into the final stage web firms.
In 2012 April, Malcolm was appointed as the Chief Executive officer of the global social network for main video game players. Malcolm is currently serving as the CEO of MediaPass, an online paywall solution that creates subscriptions-based returns for all digital content. During the same year, Malcolm Casselle co-founded Timeline labs, a tracking software for the social media and he served there as the CEO. The company was later acquired by SeaChange international in 2014 where he assumed the role of the General Manager and Senior vice president after the acquisition.
In February 2016, Malcolm Casselle became the CTO president of new ventures that was initially Tribune publishing. Malcolm has been in office at Worldwide Asset eXchange (WAX) in the capacity of the CIO and president since 2017.
WAX is a P2P marketplace for the trading of simulated assets built upon the basis of blockchain and devolved smart contracts that will enable traders to trade effectively in the virtual assets. WAX provides a major solution to the huge problems in the virtual asset markets, fraud, and disintegration, and does so with a modest blockchain-enabled widget that allows all users to buy and sell their simulated goods without ever clicking off their game.
WAX provides a solution to the geographically fragmented problem. This provides the ground that when a user transacts on a platform that doesn’t utilize common utility token, then they can’t transact with users having different cryptocurrencies without using intermediaries.