CasSelle Attempts To Bridge Divergent Web Markets For Potentially Stronger Yields
Malcolm CasSelle is the current CIO of OPSkins, which according to the article on January 2nd, 2018 at hitechchronicle.com the company is not only the world-wide leader in sales of in-game virtual assets, but also the top bitcoin merchant across the globe, the article puts in. It would then seem to make sense to utilize OPSkins’ WAX format to possibly organize what seems like a very fractured and murky virtual asset market.
Thus CasSelle enters the scene attempting to wrap his mind around this giant tendrilous that is presently within the bitcoin market that has a wide array of revenue streams and/or chains to eventually bring these channels into some sort of organized synchronicity.
Both an M.I.T. and Stanford University alumnus; Malcolm holds a Master’s Degree in Computer Science. Malcom has also been in the cyber revenue scene since 2006 when he served as Top Executive for both Tencent and Groupon, according to Wikipedia.
For an executive; Malcolm appears to still be young and energetic enough to tackle such a venture; for he has not yet reached the age of 50 years old, according to an article written in 2005 via www.encyclopedia.com.
The sporadic manner as to how bitcoin currently generates and collects revenue still appears almost as cryptic to decipher as an ancient Egyptian hieroglyph to many outsiders. It is reported that CasSelle is fluent in both Japanese and Chinese; to add to his experience with programming language. With this, he could be the person to decipher and eventually link it all together, someday making it easier for many to join and comprehend it themselves with the WAX platform.
As the saying goes, “Only time will tell”. However, in the fast-paced and continuously changing world of cyber, Malcolm CasSelle could be the one that could quickly merge the gaming and block-chain technologies which would obviously benefit many across the globe with this potential bridge to additional revenue if organized, streamlined and easier to comprehend.