Most gamers already know if you want to buy a weapon skin the place to go is OpSkins. OpSkins is the leading provider of CS:GO, PUBG, and H1Z1 cosmetic skins. With the success of OpSKins, Malcolm CasSelle, the CIO of OPSkins now intends to launched his own virtual market exchange. WAX, which comes complete with its own cryptocurrency, is a market place for everything concerning virtual goods. Where as OpSkins focus lies solely on weapon skins for a few select games, WAX will be open to all virtual trading.
The major difference between the two companies is OpSkins is a store that sells items which they have purchased, just like a typically brick and mortar store. WAX is designed to offer users a platform to trade player to player. Malcolm CasSelle has in essence created the eBay of virtual goods. Wax allows its users to set up their own stores within its platform; wax does nothing but provide a safe place for gamers to conduct their business.
To begin buying on Wax, the first thing you need to do is purchase some WAX Tokens. With WAX Tokens in your wallet, find the product you’d like to purchase and complete your order: it is easy as that. When someone has obtained WAX Tokens by selling a product, he can then hold onto the tokens to make other purchase or exchange them for a currency of his choice.
Who is Malcolm CasSelle?
Malcolm CasSelle is an innovator in many digital industries and a graduate of two of the most prestigious schools in the country: MIT and Stanford. With his degree in computer science, he has voyaged in many different industries.
In 1995, he founded a media production company called Netnoir and eventually moved on to a social media platform for gamers called Xfire. His time with Xfire didn’t last long though, in 2016 he was named CTO of new ventures at one of the biggest newspaper publishing companies in the country. Now with his involvement in OpSkins and WAX he intends to step into the world of crytocurrencies and virtual trade.