They say that nothing is built in stone, but in the case of WAX, the company that sells and distributes game skins and cryptocurrency, there’s still a lot of opportunity and money in things always changing. Cryptocurrencies are always a changing business, but even so, people can take advantage of them to grow a business, to develop products and build projects. Read below to learn more what WAX is all about.
The New Products of Wax
Wax means Worldwide Asset eXchange, and this is the new currency system being developed by OPSkins, which is a global leader in various assets in the gaming industry. The online gaming community would not be complete and would not reach where they are without the help of OPSkins. There’s a lot of growth in OPSkins in the way its CIO Malcolm CasSelle has developed products all over the online community.
With the micro-payments system that OPSkins has developed, it has already grown to a market size that had been unforeseen. With the new cryptocurrency offering by the company, there are more chances that OPSkins can corner and capture the market and develop more ideas for their loyal followers.
What WAX does today is that it develops various practical asset solutions which address two of the most significant problems in the gaming industry, which are fraud and fragmentation. The blockchain system helps hide the privacy details of the users and keep their assets protected. This is just among the dreams of Wax and its President, Malcolm Casselle
About Malcolm Casselle
As the President of Wax, Malcolm Casselle continues to challenge the market with his unusual and bold ideas. He’s also the CIO of OPSkins, the number one platform and virtual marketplace for selling and buying items for various online games.
This vision and passion of Mr. Malcolm must come from the fact that he held a degree in Computer Science from both Stanford University and MIT, and he speaks both Mandarin and Japanese. It may also be necessary to say here that he co-founded PCCW, which is a publicly traded telecom company rooted in Hong Kong, which is now holding a market value of $35 billion.