The Worldwide Asset eXchange (WAX) was created so that the platform could enable anyone that was interested in participating in the virtual games assets that would be in the marketplace at the moment. WAX has come up with some improved features that were not even there previously like it will reduce the transaction cost and even create a marketplace for the games.
Malcolm Casselle attended the MIT university and Stanford University, though he was not only concerned with getting the computer science degree, he was involved in so many other activities in the college. He speaks both Japanese and Mandarin. Over the four years, he was in the school. He got involved with the undergraduate research programs that were taking place. By the time he was age 17, he was certified with the electron microscope. The research programs are what made him good in what he does at the moment. Because in every semester there was always a different project that they were supposed to handle. The research projects made Malcolm Westley be someone that had a mind of exploration, and it was easy for him to solve any problem.
Malcolm Casselle is currently the CEO and president of the WAX and the CIO. The Worldwide Asset eXchange is the number one place in the market that will be able to give users the opportunity of buying and selling items from the online video games. Before he joined the WAX, he was the president and the CTO at the tronc. He was responsible for the overseeing of the rapid growth. Previously, Malcolm, he has been leading the startup of some of the digital industries like the MediaPass. He invested a lot in other companies that have done well like Facebook, Zynga, and the clockchain.
Earlier in his career, he was a co-founder of the PCCW. A telecom that was based in Hong Kong and the current value of the company is $35 billion. During his time at the PCCW, he assisted in the raising of the funds that could be used in the public offering and other millions that were used in other private transactions.