How Malcolm CasSelle Is Looking To Revolutionize The World Of Video Gaming

The new thing in the world of video gaming is the Worldwide Asset eXchange (WAX). This new technology enables players to tokenize their virtual game assets, regardless of whether the game itself has that feature or not. WAX is creating a marketplace where players can sell and/or exchange their virtual assets with other players. This will lead to reduced transaction costs and players making a profit from playing video games. Eventually the people behind WAX want to extend this marketplace to include physical assets as well.
Another possibility of WAX is to fractionalize physical assets. With this it will be possible to own a sliver of many things, such as one of the cars that have appeared in a James Bond movie or a very expensive baseball card, such as one featuring Babe Ruth. There is a system in place called Guilds that are supervisory committees. These Guilds will provide regulatory oversight of who owns what and additionally authenticating the items that are up for sale.
One of the people behind WAX is Malcolm CasSelle, an international businessman who has been involved in the technology industry for several years. He has led a number of startups in this industry including Mediapass in China. This company was a joint venture that included Tencent, Groupon, and Xfire as its backers. Another company he has led as the chief executive officer include Timeline Labs.
For a number of years Malcolm CasSelle was one of the top executives at SeaChange International. His roles at this company included both being a Senior Vice President as well as the Digital Media General Manager. He is now the Chief Technology Officer at tronc, Inc. He is also an investor in the industry and in that role he was one of the earliest investors in a number of now well-known companies such as Zynga and Facebook. He has more recently invested in companies involved with Bitcoin.
Malcolm CasSelle went to college at both the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Stanford. He holds multiple degrees in computer science and, additionally, learned to fluently speak both Mandarin and Chinese.

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