Malcolm CasSelle’s OPSkins Revolutionizes Virtual Gaming With Bitcoins

Malcolm CasSelle is the CIO of OPSkins that is leading the way in bitcoin and virtual assets enterprises. The company has made a name for itself as a centralized marketplace. Public demand and growth of the market have however seen them make a move towards a decentralized system.

The Worldwide Asset eXchange (WAX) is the platform that is making this possible. Trading of virtual assets is set to be less strenuous with the system that brings together both the decentralized smart contracts and blockchain technologies. Fragmentation and fraud in virtual markets will be a thing of the past.

The centralized system had relied heavily on intermediaries to curb fraud in the market. This strategy yielded commendable results but was not cost effective. The blockchain smart contract will do away with the need for third parties. The transaction costs will be considerably reduced.

The WAX platform also looks to eliminate frictions that are common in transactions involving virtual assets. It will introduce a WAX token that will serve as a common currency for all virtual gamers. They will use the Delegated Proof Of Stake algorithm to make this possible. All this has been done to enhance the user experience during virtual gaming.

While speaking about the program, Malcolm CasSelle pointed out that cryptocurrency is bound to be part of the mainstream market thanks to the program. He was a computer science student at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. CasSelle later joined Stanford University for his graduate studies.

He was the brain behind the development of NetNoir in 1995. The website was set up to lay emphasis on the Afrocentric culture. Malcolm later joined the Pacific Century CyberWorks where he served as one of the VPs. His stay at the Hong Kong-based telco service provider lasted between 1998-2002.

Capital Union Investments came calling and he served them as a director for seven years. 2013 was an important year for Malcolm CasSelle. He became the CEO of MediaPass and still went on to co-found Timeline Labs. He would later move to SeaChange International which acquired Timeline in late 2014.

He currently serves as the Chief Information Officer of OPSkins. He doubles up as WAX’s president and has held these positions since 2017. He enjoyed a successful year at New Ventures, Inc prior to this.

 

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