Malcolm Casselle and His Digital Leadership

OPSkins, which is led by CIO Malcolm CasSelle, is currently the world’s leading bitcoin merchant. And while it is a perfect candidate for decentralized protocol, it is the top centralized marketplace for virtual assets anywhere. Making it decentralized definitely makes sense for them since do so significantly lessens the limitations.

OPSKins operates a blockchain platform for virtual asset trading known as Worldwide Asset eXchange (or WAX). It is currently the world’s top trader in buying and selling video games. This platform is set up in such a way as to allow for the maximum efficiency in virtual asset trading. In addition to being OPSkins CIO, CasSelle serves as the president of WAX.

CasSelle began his adult life by earning Computer Science degrees from MIT and Stanford University. It was also during these years that he learned and became fluent in Japanese and Mandarin, a skill that would greatly assist him during his future business ventures in Asia. He has had a long career of leading startups in the digital industry. In 1995 he co-founded and helped lead NetNoir, which was among the first media companies to focus on Afrocencentricism Some of his most notable investments and leadership projects have included MediaPass, Xfire, Groupon, Facebook, and Zynga.

Although he has had many changing roles, he has maintained his position as CEO of MediaPass since 2013. Many of his business projects took place in Asia. He particularly values his time as he cofounding leader of PCCW, a Hong Kong-based publicly traded telecom. Prior to joining the OPSkins team, CasSelle served as Senior Vice President and General Manager of SeaChange International starting in 2015. He then served as the president and CTO of new ventures at Tronc, Inc. And in 2017 he accepted his present positions with WAX and OPSkins. CasSelle shows no signs of stopping his now revered position in international technological leadership.

 

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