The Computer Sciences of Malcolm CasSelle

Malcolm CasSelle is the CIO of OPSkins, an in-game virtual assets firm that is the leading bitcoin merchant in the world. Although it is the current leading centralized marketplace, it makes sense that it will soon be entering the decentralized sector since it is now eligible for such and decentralized firms have much fewer limitations. OPSKins fairly recently created a child company called WAX, a company which does not the same thing but allows trading across country borders, something previously much more difficult. CasSelle also serves as its president.

Malcolm CasSelle entered the adult world by attaining a Computer Science from MIT followed by an M.A in Computer Science from Stanford University. Then in 1995, he co-founded NetNoir, leading it as its CTO. In 1998 he became Senior Vice President of Pacific Century Cyberworks, serving in this role until 2002. In 2006, he began serving as the director of Capital Union Investments in Hong Kong, serving in this role until 2013. In 2015 he was serving as CEO of Timelabs, which he had cofounded. When it was purchased and absorbed by Seachange, he joined its leadership.

He served as Seachange’ served as Senior Vice President and General Manager of its Digital Media. In 2016, CasSelle began serving as the CTO and President of New Ventures at Tribune Publishing, which was eventually renamed Tron, Inc. The following year he assumed his current role with OPSkins and WAX. Today, he leads both of these companies to makes hundreds of millions of dollars in token sales every year. Throughout his years in the business world, he has invested in promising startups in the digital industry such as MediaPass, Xfire, Facebook, Zynga, various big data and blockchain verticals, and Groupon’s venture in China.

Much of his career as been spent in China and Japan. As a result, he is fluent in both Mandarin and Japanese.

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