The Success of Malcolm CasSelle

Malcolm CasSelle is the CIO of OPSkins, which is the planets largest bitcoin merchant. POSkin made a new platform called WAX [Worldwide Asset eXchange], which is setting up to be released to the public. WAX has been created to solve two big problems in the virtual assets trading world, fraud and fragmentation. It also has an effective way to let all of its users buy and sell virtual merchandise without having to exit their game screens. WAX created a widget that allows users to buy virtual assets with no frictions. Powered by DPOS, WAX has the fastest, most efficient, and most flexible consensus model available. This new creation will solve many problems with todays virtual asset trading, making it easier to trade online than ever.
Malcolm has two degrees in Computer Science, one he attended MIT where he received a bachelor’s degree and he received a masters degree at Stanford University. Malcolm has also learned multiple languages, including Japanese and Mandarin. Malcom CasSelle is currently CIO of OPSkins and President of WAX. Malcolm is also a co-founder of a 35 million USD company called PCCW. In 1998 Malcom was the SVP [Senior Vice Prestident] and advisor to the CEO of PCCW. Malcom played a role in creating the business plans, making product prototypes, partnership roadmaps and growth strategies. In 2014 Malcolm was an adviser for PrettyQuick for over one year.
Malcolm worked in China on Groupon’s joint venture with Tencent. In Eastern China Malcolm ran the largest P&L for Groupon. He helped grow millions in under a year of revenue. Many people have nothing but good things to say about Malcom CasSelle. One of those people is Micah Springut he said “Malcom is an extremely gifted entrepreneur and executive. He’s a natural leader and communicator and one of the best I’ve seen at setting organizational goals and building a process around them.” Malcom started working for Groupon in 2014 and worked for them for 10 months. Malcom was the CEO for Timeline Tabs from 2013 to 2015. Malcom has been an advisor for six company’s helping to improve them all.