Cryptocurrency and blockchains seem to be popping up everywhere. One gaming executive sees this innovative digital technology as a way to innovate the world of gaming. Malcolm CasSelle is leading the way as the CIO of the biggest bitcoin merchant on the planet.
CasSalle’s company OPSkins is hard at work launching a blockchain platform for virtual asset trading. This new platform, known as the World Asset Exchange (WAX) will allow people to trade virtual assets on a blockchain. That means WAX can help eliminate fraud and allow the instant exchange of virtual assets between buyers and sellers. Best of all, players won’t have to click off their game during their exchange.
As the CIO of OPSkins, Malcolm CasSelle has been instrumental in the implementation of WAX. He has helped with the creation of the tokenized exchange of virtual assets that will allow a seamless transaction between all parties. And executing each trade will be as simple as using a blockchain-enabled widget, and learn more about Malcolm CasSelle.
So how exactly is the WAX blockchain powered? Simple, by using a Delegated Proof of Stake. This type of consensus algorithm is the fastest and most efficient model that is available for these types of transactions. And OPSkins’ experienced team will ensure that the launch and ongoing operation of the Worldwide Asset Exchange will be a fair, fast and efficient platform, and https://www.waxtoken.com/.
As an early stage investor in Facebook and Zynga, Malcolm CasSelle is astute in finding technological trends. And Mr. CasSelle has continued to put his perceptive business skills to work by investing in many bitcoin-related operations. Prior to being the CIO of OPSkins and the President of WAX, Mr. CasSelle was the Cheif Technology Officer and President of New Ventures at tronc, Inc. (formerly known as Tribune Publishing).
Today blockchain technology is enabling the quick and honest exchange of money and assets across the online world. With an opportunity to change the world of gaming, Malcolm CasSelle is launching WAX as a way to help gamers exchange virtual assets like never before.