Malcolm CasSelle has worked for a number of technology companies within the digital industry. During his career, he has served in key leadership roles for these companies. The most prominent companies for which he has worked our Tronc, Inc, Seachange International, MediaPass, Xfire, Tencent, and OPSkins. He is a serial launch veneer and the president of his own company Worldwide Asset Exchange.
Malcolm CasSelle originally began his life by completing his formal education. He attended the Massachusetts Institute of Technology where he received his bachelor’s degree in computer science. He later attended Stanford University where he completed the requirements in order to receive his master’s degree in computer science. During this time in University, he was able to educate himself and become trilingual. He now speaks Japanese, Mandarin, and English. The skill has served him greatly during his time in the technology industry.
As the chief investment officer of OPSkins Malcolm CasSelle has had first-hand experience in the implantation of centralized marketplace technology for the facilitation of virtual asset exchange. For many years centralized marketplaces were not only the pinnacle of virtual asset exchange but the only option.
Malcolm CasSelle realized that there were apparent problems with the use of centralized marketplaces to facilitate virtual asset exchanges. The most prominent of these issues were those of fragmentation and fraud.
Virtual asset exchanges allow users from around the world to exchange assets. This is both incredible and difficult to accomplish without friction. Due to the fact that users many times do not share a common currency, they must go to Forex exchange markets in order to facilitate transactions on centralized marketplaces. The end effectiveness is the pushing up of prices.
Malcolm CasSelle realized that by implanting a new cryptocurrency, he would be able to eliminate the need for Forex exchanges. He created the Worldwide Asset Exchange and launched their printed cryptocurrency wax tokens. Additionally, he thought to alleviate the problems caused by fraudulent activity and centralized marketplaces. By putting Worldwide Asset Exchange on the block change, he has decentralized the marketplace. This has resulted in the lack of central target for hackers to attack and reduced if not entirely eliminated the possibility for fraudulent activity on the network.