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WAX: A Decentralized Platform that promotes secure online transactions in the gaming industry

Due to the increase in the use of virtual gaming gear over the few years, the digital networks that offer such items have also increased immensely. With more accessibility, there has been an increased vulnerability of players to fall prey to cyber attacks. Gamers are at times exploited by being charged high fees for these items. WAX a decentralized platformv that allows people to buy and sell virtual assets seeks to address these issues.

One of the key steps the team at WAX has done to make this happen is consolidating the marketplace and putting in place a one-stop shop for such items. To make things even easier, the firm has come up with WAX tokens, a blockchain technology, to facilitate the exchange of these digital assets. With WAX tokens, hackers are kept away, and currency exchange fees are eliminated, making it convenient for gamersv to transact. For gamers, this is quite an experience since many of the weapon skins traded by WAX are unique. They are even allowing the gamers to apply appealing designs to their weapons. It is no doubt that WAX is revolutionizing the online game trading platform.

Malcolm Casselle is a digital entrepreneur and the President of Worldwide Asset Exchange (WAX). Malcolm also serves as the Chief Information Officer of OPSkins. Mr. Casselle is known for his expertise in the digital industry has worked in numerous other companies before joining WAX. Malcolm Cassellev attended the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science. Malcolm went on to further his studies at Stanford University from where he graduated with a masters degree in Computer Science.

Malcolm’s career began in 1995 when he co-founded NetNoir, a media production website. From 1999 to 2002, Malcolm worked at Pacific Century Cyber Works as the Senior Vice President. From 2006, he served as the director of Capital Union Investments before leaving the post in 2013. From January 2013; Malcolm has been the Chief Executive Officer of Mediapass. It was in the same year that he co-founded a social media tracking softwarev firm known as Timeline Labs. Seachange International, later on, acquired the Company and Malcolm seized being the CEO and became the Senior Vice President. It was in 2017 that Malcolm Casselle was named the CIO of OPSkins and President of WAX.

Find out more about Malcolm CasSelle: http://casselle.com/