OPSkins, the leading bitcoin merchant in the world, is led by its CIO, Malcolm CasSelle. It specializes in helping bitcoin traders do cross-border micro-payments. While it is also the largest centralized technology company around, at this point it is a prime candidate for decentralization and will most likely do so in the near future since centralized technology companies have more limitations than decentralized companies. Recently OPSkins instigated a new blockchain gaming asset trading platform known as WAX (Worldwide Asset eXchange).
Cross-border cryptocurrency unification and centralized payments. Previous to this countries often found it impossible to do cryptocurrency trading across borders to other countries because each company had its own payment processes, language, and security concerns. WAX centralizes all of this so that all countries have the same processes, language, and security. But WAX solves another big problem encountered by the entire Forex trading world: fraud. The key to this is the WAX Token. With WAX, users can tokenize their gaming assets to the end of trading in a completely fraud-proof environment.
In addition, the trading of these assets occurs super quick, instantaneously, in fact. This is thanks to the fact that WAX is powered and operated by Delegated Proof of Stake, the fast, most efficient consensus algorithm model that you will find anywhere. DPOs is much more democratic than the system traditionally used up to this point: Proof of Work. DPOs utilize guilds to do what it does, which are elected by users. Each of the winners of the elections is ranked according to how many votes it received. And the ranking of each of them will determine which game it supports.
The WAX platform also successfully eliminates financial risks commonly encountered on other trading platforms. Malcolm also leads WAX as its president. For more information about CasSelle, he can be found on Twitter.