When it comes to Bitcoin merchandise, OPSkins has its own respect for being the best in the World. In addition to bitcoin, it also happens to be one of the leading companies in selling in-game virtual assets. Previously, one of the major problems that were facing OPSkins is lack of a decentralized technology that could enhance their virtual asset market. In their effort to decentralizing their market, they came up with Worldwide Asset eXchange (WAX) which is a brandy blockchain platform which enables buyers and sellers trade efficiently and effectively various virtual assets.
WAX is targeting a crowd of over 400 million in its operations. The two main problems that have been affecting virtual assets that will be eliminated by WAX are Fraud and Fragmentation through the introduction of Tokens which eliminate FOREX problems. The Blockchain technology that WAX uses is powered by a consensus model called Delegated Proof of Stakes (DPOS) which is the most flexible, efficient, and fastest and the most decentralized model available. WAX tokens are basically smart contracts for buying, selling, trading and renting virtual assets. They can also be said to be stored value for getting your gaming items. WAX is headed by Malcolm CasSelle who is its president.
Before Malcolm Wesley CasSelle joining WAX he served in New Ventures as the President and also as the Chief Technology Officer. He has also been the CEO of Timeline Labs, also as the Senior Vice President and General Manager at The Digital Media Business Unit. He has also served at Mediapass and Xfire as the CEO. Mr. Malcolm has served as the Chief Operating Officer and consequently as the Chief Technology Officer of NetNoir which he was a co-founder. He has also served at PCCW as the Senior Vice President.
Mr. CasSelle is a renowned entrepreneur who has served in various technological and digital industries. He has launched Groupon operations in China where he served in the Executive team and responsible for marketing, sales, and general operations. He is a very active investor in Facebook and bitcoin verticals. Malcolm studied at Massachusetts Institute of Technology where he received B.S in Computer Science and later joined Stanford University where he got an M.S in Computer Science.