‘WAX’ and Malcom CasSelle

In a recent article ‘The Future of WAX’ Malcolm CasSelle the president and founder of the Worldwide Asset eXchange (WAX) explains the future of cryptocurrency and the tokenizing of physical assets. WAX is an internet platform and the producers of a marketplace for gamers allowing them to tokenize in-game items. It allows the transfer of in-game assets to be transferred from game to game on a centralized platform. The WAX platform reduces the cost of transactions between games and creates a place to safely monitor the exchange of assets. Mr. CasSelle sees the future where physical items can be tokenized. For example, it will someday be possible to own a percentage of a baseball card or car.

Mr. CasSelle an entrepreneur holds degrees in Computer Science from MIT and Stanford. He’s the founder of NetNoir and NetNoir is noted as the first Afrocentric media production website. He served as vice president Pacific Century Cyberworks, as a director at Capital Union Investments, and founder of Groupon, and the Chinese gaming and messaging company Tencent. He has served as a CEO of XFire and Media Pass and Mr. CasSelle is a co-founder of Timeline Labs and he has acted as senior vice president and general manager at Digital Media.

His internet investments include Facebook, Zygna and cryptocurrency companies and he is noted for his early entries into new internet enterprises. He launched and built Groupon when he was a regional manager to Eastern China with Tencent. He is the author of ‘Bitcoin for Beginners’. This bitcoin article explains in simple language what bitcoin is, how it works, and how to protect your bitcoins through passwords and wallets.

His experience with cryptocurrencies is extensive and he has partnered with currency companies throughout the world. He was an early investor in Mastercoin, Omni, and BTC China. Mr. CasSelle is an active blogger and is widely published. He’s based in Los Angeles, California. but he is originally from Allentown, Pennsylvania. He is often quoted by Philadelphia newspapers and noted for his philanthropic work in his hometown community and he speaks Japanese and Mandarin.

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