Meet Malcolm CasSelle, a successful entrepreneur in the tech world.

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Malcolm CasSelle is the CIO at OPSkins and also serves as the president at WAX, Worldwide Asset eXchange. Malcolm has a degree in computer science and has over the years worked in different organizations and this has helped him sharpen his skills. Malcolm CasSelle also has an interest in cryptocurrencies and has focused on ensuring the use of virtual assets is safe to users across the globe.

Malcolm CasSelle in a recent interview explained how the idea to establish WAX came about and how the platform is intended to bring a difference. OPSkins is an online platform that allows online gamers to trade their virtual assets. However, Malcolm discovered there were risks involved in this trade and thus came up with WAX which aims at ensuring the business is safer and more efficient.

WAX is meant to deal with fraud and disintegration of the assets. The platform will ensure that traders from across the globe can trade without clicking off the game making the trade safer. WAX is also designed to ensure traders use a common token while trading as this will make it easier to keep track of the trading and make it easier to track any suspicious activities.

Habits that has led to Malcolm’s success.

As an entrepreneur, Malcolm believes sharing with your team is a helpful tool in bringing ideas to life, Malcolm CasSelle shares his thoughts with his team, and they turn the ideas to practical solutions, and this has helped significantly in growing his business.

One habit that has made Malcolm productive over the years is maintaining his daily routine. There are many distractions during the day mainly due to the use of phones, laptops. One is always busy with the gadgets. However, Malcolm has identifies that to stay productive it is important to take time alone and reflect on some of the things he wants to achieve at the end of the day. This routine helps him stay focused.

For young entrepreneurs Malcolm CasSelle advises to be keen, if time were to go back, Malcolm would pay close attention to details. This habit helps one be aware of their surroundings, people around you and even a deeper understanding of yourself.