Cryptocurrency has been something of an infamous trend as of late within the world of technology. Sadly most of the buzz of Cryptocurrency has not been positive but that may be beginning to change thanks to the efforts of a company called OPSkins and their brand new program called WAX (World Asset eXchange). Through this platform users of Cryptocurrency will be able to instantly make safe and secure transfers between themselves and not have to worry about different coins getting in the way of exchanges. With this platform in the works the negativity around cryptocurrency will finally be combated and perhaps the field will evolve and expand in better ways with an efficient trade platform to be based around.
And who is to thank for this fix for cryptocurrency that will no doubt resolve all of its issues? An entrepreneur named Malcolm Casselle who works at OPSkins as its current CIO, or Chief Information Officer, since 2017. He graduated from MIT, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, with a bachelor’s degree before transferring over to Stanford University to obtain his Master’s degree, both degrees in the field of computer science. It should also come as no surprise that Casselle is also the President of the very same WAX described above. His resume of positions he’s held at various organizations is quite long and several of them are rather notable in terms of importance.
First and foremost to note would be his service as the CTO and President of tronc, Inc. which had formerly been known as Tribune Publishing. His earliest notable position came in 1995 where he co-founded and served as the CTO for one of the first Afrocentric culture media production websites, NetNoir. Then from 1998 to 2002 he was the senior vice president and advisor to PCCW’s, Pacific Century CyberWorks, CEO. And perhaps in part of PCCW being based in Hong Kong he was able to achieve the role of director for Capitol Union Investments between 2006 and 2013 which was also based in Hong Kong. There’s even more positions he’s acquired over the years, this is just a sample.