Whenever you think of an entrepreneur, you probably think of an individual who creates value and innovation in order to earn a living. Malcolm CasSelle fits this definition perfectly. Malcolm CasSelle is a self-described entrepreneur, venture capitalist, key leadership figure of the digital technology industry, and is now the president of WAX or better known as Worldwide Asset Exchange.
Before becoming the president and founder of his new decentralized technology company that specializes in virtual asset exchange Malcolm CasSelle also served as the president of Tronc, Inc. However, even this was not his first key leadership position in the digital technology industry. Before being president at Tronc, Inc., he was both the general manager of the digital media division of Seachange International as well as the organization’s senior vice president. He was first moved into this role during the acquisition of Timeline Labs by Seachange International. At the time of its acquisition, he was already serving the organization’s chief executive officer, so it was really just a transfer of leadership roles for him.
If serving as a leader for numerous technology companies in the digital sector was not enough he is also well known for his role in the success of a number of startup companies. He was involved in the development of MediaPass, Xfire, and even Tencent which is a joint venture with well-known Corporation Groupon.
Not only is Malcolm CasSelle an individual who has served in several key leadership positions throughout the digital technology industries as well as help to launch several corporations successfully but he has also had the luck and foresight to invest during the early stages of both Zynga and Facebook. In addition to his venture capitalism efforts in Zynga and Facebook, he has most recently begun to invest in blockchain technology.
Of course, in order to achieve such levels of success Malcolm CasSelle is a highly educated and sophisticated individual. He is trilingual and is able to speak English, Japanese, and Mandarin. Additionally, he holds two degrees both in computer science. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in computer science from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a Master’s degree in computer science from Stanford University.
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