The Future of Gaming Currency with Malcolm CasSelle
Business , Investment Banking Firms / January 28, 2018

When bitcoin decentralized and everyone saw the money that could be made, many turned to the gaming world in anticipation. Video games have used in-game currency and assets for years. From extra content, to multiplayer challenge maps, players the world over have been able to upgrade their games for a little extra cash. The main complaint has been that there is no return on such an investment. At present the centralized market for in-game digital assets is restricted to specific games, and hindered from giving an physical return. Essentially players cannot sell or trade their assets for profit. Enter Malcolm CasSelle and Worldwide Asset eXchange. WAX is a decentralized market for the trade and sale of digital assets between players. CasSelle, the current president of WAX, is also the CIO of OPSkins, a global leader for in-game asset sales. OPSkins is also world’s largest bitcoin merchant. CasSelle, a graduate from Stanford with a degree in computer science, has been a major part of numerous web-based investment firms. In 1995 he co-founded the first outside company to receive AOL Greenhouse investment, NetNoir Decentralized networks have long been prescribed as the next step in the evolution of cryptocurrency, but the waters are…