The leaders of OPSkin have planned to launch Worldwide Assets eXchange (WAX). OPSkin is the highest sales producer in the world of in-game virtual assets and the top bitcoin merchant in the world. WAX is a blockchain platform that was created to serve over 400 million existing gamers. WAX will allow users to trade virtual assets without logging out of their games which will resolve concerns that typically occur during virtual asset trading such as lack of alignment among platforms and theft. The use of the WAX token which is well known in the marketplace will eliminate concerns regarding transactions on platforms that fail to utilize common currency. A blockchain widget will provide users of the WAX platform with the ability to purchase assets without delay. The WAX token will resolve Forex issues that commonly occur in the virtual asset markets.
Malcolm CasSelle has a track record of leadership in the field of technology. He was a co-founder of PCCW, a publicly traded company headquartered in Hong Kong, which is now worth $35 billion US dollars. His advanced skills in business resulted in Malcolm CasSelle actively participating in raising billions of dollars for the public offing of PCCW. Additionally, Malcolm CasSelle helped raise hundreds of millions of dollars for PCCW for private transactions. Currently, Malcolm CasSelle is the President of Worldwide Assets eXchange (WAX), and CIO of OPSkin. As a business leader, Malcolm CasSelle is known for his high level of emotional intelligence, intellect, and perception.
Extensive training in the field of technology has resulted in Malcolm CasSelle having success in recognizing great opportunities in technology. An avid learner, Malcolm CasSelle speaks Japanese, Mandarin, and earned Computer Science degrees from Stanford and Massachusetts Institute of Technology. His technical acumen resulted in Malcolm CasSelle investing early in organizations such as Facebook and cryptocurrency companies. Additionally, as a co-founder of NetNoir, Malcolm CasSelle played a vital role with NetNoir receiving recognition as the first company admitted to the AOL Greenhouse program.