Malcolm CasSelle and his team at OPSKins develops WAX, a secure online exchange platform

The gaming industry has experienced a lot of transformation over the past few decades. The latest development in this industry is the emergence of virtual reality gaming. Figures in the public domain indicate that there are more than 400 million people who actively participate in virtual reality games across the world.

The sector is now worth about $50 billion. A lot of companies are taking advantage of the increased popularity to develop platforms where gamers can access gaming assets such as the virtual game gear. These platforms have been subject to cyber attacks from individuals seeking to steal these digital assets.

Malcolm CasSelle, a renowned web developer, realized spotted the opportunity in the industry and developed a platform that guarantees security while transacting online. The global decentralized platform, which is known as Worldwide Asset Exchange specializes in virtual assets used in online games.

WAX is completely decentralized, and it provides an opportunity for anyone seeking a virtual marketplace for virtual game assets. The team behind OPSkins is the same that developed WAX. The platform is expected to serve more than 400 million people from across the globe that enjoy online games and engage in selling, collecting or buying in-game items.

WAX is a platform that offers millions of people an opportunity to have a secure virtual store in a decentralized platform. WAX seeks to restore trust, security and offer instant payments to millions of gamers in the growing ecosystem.

The brains behind WAX

As highlighted earlier, the team that developed WAX is the same team that was behind OPSKins. However, the man at the center of operations is Malcolm CasSelle, a renowned digital entrepreneur. Malcolm is a long-time advocate for the digital currencies such as bitcoin. In 2015, Malcolm CasSelle co-founded OPSKins, which quickly grew to become one of the biggest platforms accepting bitcoins.

After successfully launching OPSKins, Malcolm and his team of developers launched WAX, which has also gained a lot of popularity. Currently, Malcolm serves as the CIO of OPSKins. Previously, Malcolm served as the CTO and president of Tribune Publishing. The new platform by Malcolm CasSelle has proven to be essential for online gamers since it eliminates transaction fees when buying digital tokens and also removes the question mark during online transactions.