Malcolm CasSelle: His Journey In The Tech Industry

The chief investment officer OPSkins, Malcolm CasSelle, has created an interesting new company that promises to innovate the way that virtual assets are transacted in the future. Malcolm CasSelle has created a new company referred to as Worldwide Asset Exchange that uses blockchain technology, the same technology that powers prominent cryptocurrency bitcoin, in an effort to eliminate some of the issues that have been plaguing the virtual asset industry for years.


Malcolm CasSelle is best known as a serial entrepreneur and as the chief investment officer of OPSkins. However, he has had a long career in the technology and digital industries before ever beginning to work on these projects. He originally went to school at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and pursued his degree in computer science. He first graduated with a bachelors degree from MIT in computer science before attending Stanford University. At Stanford University he pursued and completed his Master’s degree in computer science. During this time he also learned to speak Japanese and Mandarin a skill which is greatly assisted him in his time in the technology and digital industries.


Upon entering the workforce, he began to take advantage of opportunities that he recognized as a venture capitalist. He was able to strike gold by investing in several high profile companies during some of their earliest stages such as Facebook and Zynga. While he was busy as a venture capitalist, he also maintained a regular career and was serving as the Chief Executive Officer of Timeline Labs during its acquisition by Seachange International in 2015. As Seachange International acquired the company, he was immediately transferred to the position of leadership within Seachange International and served as both the senior vice president and general manager of digital media for the company. He continued to serve in this role for several years before transferring to Tronc, Inc where he served as the chief technology officer for the Corporation.


Today he spent most of his time working for OPSkins and at the president of his own company Worldwide Asset Exchange. The new wax tokens promise to help unify the industry of virtual asset exchange.


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