The top ranking bitcoin vendor on the planet is OPSkins, but they also are the international leaders of in-game goods and tradeable content. OPSkins have an international audience of customers who often make micropayment purchases. The people over at OPSkins are working with the CIO of the company Malcolm Casselle to release a new market for trading virtual goods which is named Worldwide Asset eXchange or WAX for short.
Malcolm Casselle is a businessman who is the leader of Worldwide Asset eXchange, or WAX for short. Malcolm is also the Chief of Operations for OPSkins or CIO for short. Before his business venture with WAX, Malcolm Casselle was a Chief Technology Officer at Tribune Publishing, which is now known as Tronc, Inc. Prior to this role, Malcolm Casselle occupied the role of general manager and major vice president of SeaChange International in the digital media department.
Malcolm Casselle has also guided several startups throughout the digital industry, including Xfire, Mediapass, and Tencent which was a group venture between Groupon and China. Malcolm Casselle has achieved a bachelor’s degree from Massachusetts Institute of Technology and he has also acquired his master’s from Stanford University. Both of these educational ventures are in the field of Computer science. Malcolm is also very experienced with languages as he speaks both Mandarin and Japanese.
Malcolm Casselle was the co-founder of NetNoir and served as the CTO of the company. NetNoir was one of the earliest media production projects that revolved around Afrocentric culture. NetNoir was also accepted to AOL’s Greenhouse Program. Malcolm occupied the role of consultant and senior vice president from 1998 to 2002 at a company called Pacific Century CyberWorks, which provides telco service and is located in Hong Kong.
Malcolm Casselle was promoted to the CEO of Xfire in April 2012, which is a social media platform for gamers. Malcolm has also led as CEO of a company called MediaPass, which focused on an online clarification to create wealth from digital content you would have to subscribe too. Malcolm led this role from January 2013, and in the same year, Malcolm helped co-found Timeline Labs which is a software company that focuses on social media tracking and Malcolm occupied the CEO position of this company. The company was later purchased by SeaChange International during December 2014.
Find out more about Malcolm CasSelle: http://casselle.com/