Malcolm CasSelle is the current CIO of OPSkins and the President of Worldwide Asset eXchange (WAX), the leading company in selling and buying items for online gaming. Mr. Malcolm CasSelle previously worked with various institutions such as Tribune Publishing as the President and CTO. It’s during his tenure the company undergone rapid growth of properties leveraging digital assets. Early in his career, Malcolm CasSelle was part of founding members of a publicly traded telecom in Hong Kong which currently the company is valued to worth over USD 35 billion. He has also been actively investing in international companies such as Facebook, Zynga, and recently in several different Bitcoin companies Malcolm CasSelle is a fluent speaker of both Japanese and Mandarin and holds a degree in computer science from both Stanford University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology(MIT).
Mr. Malcolm CasSelle says the idea of establishing WAX came from his experienced working mates of OPSkins, a centralized marketplace for trading virtual items from online video games. WAX company succeeded rapidly becoming a multi-billion company within a duration of two years. He says that for him to gain success, every day counts, therefore, time management is very crucial. He manages his time by setting up goals each morning and ensures his goals are prioritized effectively.
Having close association with other members with a common interests or skills helps Mr. Malcolm CasSelle in bringing his ideas to reality. He advises little generation to have self-awareness and to consider the type of people they relate with.
Malcolm CasSelle loves reading as it is a source of knowledge which helps him to come up ideas which he transforms into reality. His favorite book “Ready Player One” which the main lesson he learned is in order to make a different choice he must go beyond thinking of uncertainties of the future. His favorite quote is from Nelson Mandela which focuses on education as the greatest weapon which can be used to make a difference in the world.
According to Malcolm CasSelle, extensive studying, seeking questions and solutions, being curious, and creating lasting and beneficial friendships are the recipe for success.