Malcolm CasSelle attended MIT where he graduated with a degree in Computer Science. Following his achievement at the degree level, Malcolm CasSelle went ahead to attend Stanford University where he got his master’s still under Computer Science. After finishing with his education, Malcolm helped start NetNoir, in 1995 where he also served as the CTO. After a few years working with NetNoir, Malcolm CasSelle was granted a contract at Pacific Century CyberWorks where he was the senior most VP and, in some cases, he was the advisor of the CEO and he served his tenure for four years.
In 2017, Malcolm CasSelle joined the World Asset eXchange, WAX. WAX is a market that people use to trade in virtual products by using blockchain technology. At WAX, Malcolm CasSelle works as the company’s Strategy Advisor. WAX is able to successfully carry out business and the use of blockchain helps them protect their merchants and customers from fraud in the industry. When someone gets on the WAX platform, they can easily transform their merchandise into tokens to help them buy and sell the stocks without having to move from their dashboards.
WAX also provides a currency type of cryptocurrency to help traders from different geographic regions eliminate the need to have to convert their own blockchain codes into other cryptocurrencies which the person they are trading with has. It is approved and is a common currency for all WAX users.
Malcolm CasSelle is the current president of WAX and he believes that the use of cryptocurrency in the world of gaming will propel the blockchain movement forward into the mainstream market. The tokens that he has helped develop also act as storage areas for the value of the merchandise that traders expect to exchange between one another on the site.
Additionally, to this, Malcolm CasSelle is also the CIO of OPSkins. This is one of the leading bitcoin sellers globally in the world of gaming and they are also at the top of the virtual sales market alongside WAX. The blockchain is truly the future of gaming.