Malcolm Casselle Looks To The Digital Future With New Trading Platform
The future of the video gaming and Online trading industries is heading for new areas of interest for big business leaders and those who are looking to make a few dollars based on their own gaming interests. Technology and investment expert, Malcolm Casselle has spent his career looking to develop new areas of interest for himself and his investors and believes his new platform, the Worldwide Asset eXchange will create new ways of trading items many Internet users never dreamed of selling in the past.
Not only is Malcolm Casselle looking to make an impact through the trading of cryptocurrencies via WAX but he also hopes the tokenization of video games will be of benefit for his new platform; WAX will include a number of options for trading items purchased with tokens over the Internet and will allow gamers the chance to receive payment for the items purchased via Online gaming.
Throughout his life, Malcolm Casselle appears to have been preparing for a career in the technology industry as he holds a Masters in Computer Science from Stanford and speaks Mandarin fluently. The business leader who also holds an undergraduate degree from MIT has built an impressive career which has included a range of investments built upon his investment decisions including an early funding of Facebook which has reaped major dividends for a number of years.
Malcolm Casselle has been at the forefront of a range of different industries which include the development of the Groupon coupon brand across parts of Asia; the ability of Casselle to speak Japanese and Mandarin fluently was of great importance in Casselle being headhunted to become the head of the expansion of the brand into parts of eastern China.
The arrival of WAX is one of the most important new platforms on the Internet for safely trading items from various individuals in a secure way. WAX is just one of the areas Malcolm Casselle has explored to develop a more important gaming community including his work on the Xfire social media platform in 2013 which began building a closer gaming community.