Malcolm CaSelle is known as the founder of Mt. Gox, an exchange for digital trading cards and as a primary employee of OpSkins, the worlds leading supplier of cosmetic overrides for video games. As a graduate of MIT and Stanford, his education has enabled him to reach a niche market and be very successful in it.
Now Malcolm CaSelle plans to reach further into the video game community with WAX. Previously, Mt. Gox only targeted Magic: The Gathering players and the OpSkins audience was exclusive to players of first person shooter survival games. With WAX Tokens, gamers will be able to exchange their virtual items from all genres of video games in a safe and reliable way. WAX Tokens are already accepted by various video game goods retailers including OpSkins.
WAX is not a store. The intention of WAX is to provide a place for individuals to set up their own stores and to give them a safe means of conducting transactions.
What are WAX Tokens?
WAX Tokens are a new cryptocurrency designed to be used during the exchange of virtual products – not just video game products. WAX uses blockchain technology to assure its users that the system is one-hundred percent safe.
Who is Malcolm CasSelle?
Malcolm CaSelle is an innovative entrepreneur in the business of trading digital goods. He obtained the best education available from the best colleges in the world and has went on to be involved in several successful companies in the online world. His original project was called NetNoir and was an Afrocentric multimedia production company. In 2012 he was named CEO of Xfire, a social media platform that combined news and live streaming for gamers.
Malcolm CaSelle has also ventured into the publishing business and has found himself in a very successful position at tronc Inc,. tronc is one of the premiere publishers of newspapers in the United States. The company handles the printing and distribution for prominent names in news such as the Chicago Tribune and New York Daily News.