Mr. Malcolm CasSelle in an entrepreneur who has been doing business all around the globe. He is currently the President of WAX, which stands for Worldwide Asset eXchange, and he is also the Chief Investment Officer (CIO) of the OPSkins which is the leading marketplace for selling and buying ideas form online video games.
Over the course of his career, Mr. Malcolm CasSelle ha been a part of a number of businesses. Prior to joining the WAX, Mr. Malcolm CasSelle was working at Tronc, Inc. as its President and Chief Technology Officer (CTO). The company of Tronc, Inc was previously known under the name Tribune Publishing. Mr. Malcolm CasSelle was responsible for overseeing the growth of the digital assets of the large corporation.
Before that Mr. Malcolm CasSelle was serving as the Senior Vice President and General Manager of Digital Media at the company of SeaChange Int’l. Mr. Malcolm CasSelle was appointed at the position after his company Timeline Labs, where he was serving as CEO, was acquired by SeaChange Int’l.
Mr. Malcolm CasSelle has had a lot of experience over the years in leading startups working in the digital industry. A few examples of such businesses include MediaPass, which is a digital subscription solution working with large media companies, as well as Xfire, which is a social network for gamers. Other similar businesses include the joint venture of Groupon with the Chinese company called Tencent.
Other than doing business, Mr. Malcolm CasSelle has also been very active in terms of investments. He has invested funds in firms such as Zynga and Facebook, as well as in blockchain verticals and big data.
Mr. Malcolm CasSelle also has experience as an entrepreneur as he is the founder of the company PCCW. The company is based in Hing Kong, and it is a publicly traded telecom. PCCW has the current worth of $35 billion. Mr. Malcolm CasSelle has taken an active part in raising millions of dollars for private transactions and public offering.
Mr. Malcolm CasSelle has received extensive education and has achieved two degrees I Computer Science from the MIT and Stanford University.