Immediate gratification is a strong motivator for a gamer who is in the middle of gameplay—feeling irritated with the look of a particular skin.
However, doing something about that issue, in the stream of the moment, has not been a secure election because skin trading, buying, and selling has often been marked by duplicity; therefore, a vacuum has been taking up space in the decision-making process.
The P2P business, rampant with fraud and swindles that leave buyers with delivery issues and sometimes-incomplete assets, along with sellers often coming up short on proceeds from sales, was ripe with opportunity. Therefore, it is straightforward to grasp the breakthrough that landed with the 2015 launch of OPSKins—a centralized, online trading platform in the gaming industry marketplace—and the vacuum was filled!
Whether doing business with other gamers or directly with OPSkins, buying and selling video game virtual items have since grown exponentially in the centralized platform arena.
Emerging from the old, fragmented arena, where frustration often dominated the scene of action, into a profoundly dependable arena—a gamer in Africa can now instantly do business with a gamer in the U.S. or elsewhere without ever leaving their screen.
As OPSkins progressed, the subsequent move to a decentralized platform became obvious and the Worldwide Asset Exchange (WAX) was hereditary.
With this in mind at The World’s Blockchain Forum in London, Malcolm CasSelle, CIO of OPSkins and president of Worldwide Asset Exchange (WAX), explained, “WAX, by contrast to OPSkins, is a decentralized platform having all of the power of OPSkins but with massive growth potential.”
Furthermore, CasSelle went on to clarify that centralized technology has limitations not relative to an autonomous, decentralized platform for virtualized assets—meaning that a decentralized marketplace has exponential growth opportunities when exempted from centralized restraints.
In addition, WAX not only has all the power of the centralized exchange with regard to escrow, fraud prevention and the like–it is instantaneous, and it has this ability using WAX Tokens–hence there are very few fees involved and players don’t have to be concerned about chargeback.
WAX also has an innovative blockchain platform that is providing gamers a whole-new-world in which to play safe and secure.
The WAX blockchain widget is unique and easy to use, sanctioning uninterrupted, contiguous, quandary-free trading between players because it is “powered by its Delegated Proof of Stake (DPOS) consensus algorithm,” which is peerless.
Structurally, WAX DPOS has a community mindset and operates much like a democracy whereby users can vote for confirming nodes, called “Guilds.” Originally, there were 64 Guilds ranked by the number of votes it received and weighed by the individual game(s) it supports. The DPOS ecosystem works well because of the crowd.
Unprecedented in the virtual asset market—or anywhere else–Malcolm CasSelle’s amalgamation of the particular segments required to launch the extraordinary platform called The Worldwide Asset Exchange (WAX), has turned the consignment-based marketplace upside down and has “ignited the world of cryptocurrency into the mainstream” of the virtual marketplace.
CasSelle’s history of pioneering innovative as-yet undiscovered need, has consistently positioned him on a fast-moving track with a record of exposing superior solutions to contemporary requirements. He seems to be persistently in the right place at the right time revealing unique, groundbreaking concepts.
This time is no exception, and excitement prevails as WAX reports millions of registered users and growing by more than 200 million new users every month—not to mention that there are over 2 billion tokens already sold at this time. WAX is a shooting star without a limited destination! END