The Journey of Malcolm CasSelle

Malcolm CasSellis the CIO of OPSkins, the largest centralized technology company in the world. He is also president of the OPSkins, virtual gamin assets trading platform, WAX (Worldwide Asset eXchange). Formerly trading between countries was much harder with every country having their own rules, procedures, language, and currency. WAX has made trading virtual assets much easier by centralizing all of this. WAX has also made its site fraud-proof by eliminating the subsidiaries formerly necessary to complete transactions.

It does this via smart contracts that create trading performance entities for itself, thereby making many of these subsidiaries useless. Malcolm CasSelle first entered adult life by getting his undergraduate and graduate degrees in Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Stanford University. After obtaining these degrees in 1995 he co-founded and became CTO of NetNoir, one of the first Afrocentric focused websites. In 1998 he became senior vice president and presidential adviser of Pacific Century Cyberworks, serving in this capacity until 2002.

He then worked for several companies including XFire, tronc, Inc., Tencent, MediaPass, and Groupon. It was during his time with Groupon that he spent developing the company’s presence in Eastern China. As a result, he is fluent in both Japanese and Mandarin. It was also during his years in China that he showed himself to be one of the very finest business leaders around. He then founded Timeline Labs, serving as its CEO until it was purchased and absorbed by Seachange International in 2015. He then served as the Senior Vice President and General Manager of Seachange’s subsidiary, Digital Media.

Throughout these years he was also an early investor in such thing as Facebook, Zynga, and various blockchain companies. Throughout his many years in business leadership, CasSelle has become an expert in eastern culture, sales strategies, and venture capital. He has also had experience in business leadership on several continents.