The regulation of cryptocurrencies and the latest purchases of items within the digital realm of a video game are areas where regulators often fear to tread. However, Malcolm CasSelle and the Worldwide Asset eXchange have come together in a bid to provide a brighter future for those working through and enjoying the Internet are looking to make major changes to the way we all see the movement of goods in the physical world and those created Online to make it safer and easily tracked through the WAX model.
Purchases made via a video game are one area where WAX is hoping the digital industry can change for the better in terms of being able to verify items purchased and sold have been passed legally from the owner to the purchaser. By developing a global marketplace buyers and sellers will see the cost of transactions reduced and new markets open up to trade items from video games where none were available in the past.
Malcolm CasSelle and the Wax marketplace have been at the heart of building a safer and more secure Online environment for all to enjoy by building trading blocks carrying the provenance of each item or cryptocurrency coin to make it easily transferable without any worries over legal issues. WAX also hopes to create a user-defined set of security codes which will include self-governance with users voting guild leaders and transfer agents in and out of their positions based on the performance of an individual group or guild.
The President of WAX, Malcolm CasSelle has been the driving force behind a number of Online marketplaces and ventures which have redefined the way business is completed in this digital age. Video games have always been the natural home for CasSelle as he has led the development of the Xfire social media platform dedicated to building a stronger community based on the development and playing of video games.
Educated at Stanford with a Masters in Computer Science, Malcolm CasSelle has been on an upward career trajectory for a number of years and was awarded a number of recognition awards as a student for his success as an African-American student.