Malcom CaSelle is WAXing Gamers to Actual Asset Ownership

Malcolm CaSelle is a graduate of Stanford University, holding both a MIT and computer science masters from the same institutions. CaSelle is the former Vice president and also manager at of Seachange International, before that, he was Mediapasse’s Chief Executive Officer, Mediapass offered a revenue solution by helping create subscription based digital content cash revenues. CasSelle has also been boss at Xfire, a gamers’ online community with over 22 million users, and has also held top positions at Tencent and Groupons joint entity before co-founding NetNoir, which became the first external company to be accepted into AOL’s greenhouse program. He has also worked in various capacities at Tribune publishing.

 

WAX Token

 

WAX (Worldwide Asset Exchange), is a platform enabling anyone to be in the virtual gaming assets marketplace by reducing the transaction costs while creating market for games that were not previously not possible for asset transfer. It would also fractionalize player’s profits and allow virtual asset ownership and pioneer an accessible economy that may be expanded into physical assets.

 

WAX and Virtual asset bonds

 

The greatest challenge to tokenization of assets is monitoring and ensuring block chains are constantly tied to their asset. This WAX sorts by creation of a governance approach which is multi-layered to create a regulatory oversight by those who hold tokens. There are supervisory committees (Guild) and rating systems plus an algorithm that is used for proof of stake.

This ensures security since if a rogue transfer agent fails in their duty, the Guild has to step in to protect its reputation by taking action on the agent otherwise token holders will not allow them governorship of their game. This loop of economic feedback ensures that WAX tokens will perpetually be connected onto the virtual asset

 

Fractionalization of items and value enhancement

 

Guilds will authenticate items and monitor ownership as the agents deal with asset delivery by ensuring all WAX tokens are in connection with their rightful owners. Those Guilds with high reputation will then increase their products value which will deter sellers from selling without updating the WAX token in the on-chain. This means that value increases in tandem with a networks reputation and its credibility. The question still remains how soon will this move onto the physical asset ownership world?

George Soros And His Political Rise

George Soros is now back in the political game after scaling back from his million dollar spending to defeat President George W. Bush in 2004. He has now reemerged as the leader of Democratic politics and as the formidable opponent of the conservatives.George Soros is not only back in the political game, but he is also now back in the trading business. With the latest report from Wall Street Journal saying that he is now managing his family’s management office, Soros Fund Management, George Soros is showing proof that he’s still relevant both in the social and business realm. It is still the business style of Mr. Soros to continually push for the development of the economy in the United Kingdom after the Brexit happened. According to a report from Politico, George also believes that trust is waning from the investors of China as the capital moves out of the country due to misallocated investment strategies.

George Soros’s Political and Social Philanthropy

George Soros doesn’t stop in all his philanthropic advocacies. Right now he donates more than $25 million for advocacies pushing for the causes that Hilary Clinton has managed to develop. He also shows his support for other advocacies that his fellow Democrats have undertaken. This achievement is not hard to do because George Soros right now has amassed $24.9 billion from different currency trades. George Soros is today’s most popular and biggest philanthropists, with over $12 billion donations given away for individuals and groups that help in the fight for transparency, social justice, accountable government and freedom of expression.

History of George Soros

George’s history says a lot about how he is such an inspiring businessman today. Born in Hungary, Soros fled the country and went to the London School of Economics. He worked as a railway porter to pay for school and even became a waiter first before starting his career in finance. After his initial work at a merchant bank, George moved to New York to get a job at Wall Street and started his hedge fund with a capital of 12 million dollars in 1969.Later in 1992, George partnered with Stan Druckenmiller to invest in British pound stock trades and amassed a great impressive profit from breaking the Bank of England. Decades after that, he retains the reputation of being one of the heavyweights in investment banking through the Soros Fund Management that his family started, which boasted of around $30 billion in assets. This year, Soros is working with Dawn Fitzpatrick to oversee the operations of many portfolios in his father’s fund management firm.A supporter of liberal causes, Soros is a known critic of the presidency of Donald Trump, and over the years, has supported lawyers in the fight against unlawfully held individuals. He is also known for being the man who was able to underwrite the largest action to integrate Europe’s Roma, along with being one of the biggest contributors to making sure that individuals from marginalized sectors get their college education.

Nathaniel Ru: Helping Revolutionize The Fast Food Industry

Nathaniel Ru along with Jonathan Neman and Nicolas Jammet are revolutionizing the fast food industry. They are co-CEO’s of the Sweetgreen company. The trio are unique not only in the fast food industry but also the tech they use and their management style. Sweetgreens around the country have continuous lines out the door with customers always coming back for more.

 

Sweetgreens

 

Everything about Sweetgreens is fresh and refreshing, especially the produce. The produce is delivered fresh every morning to each location. Everything is made from scratch and the menu changes five times a year.

 

The prices when eating at Sweetgreen are about the same as one would pay for a burger and fries from another chain. The food is not only fresh and delicious it is reasonably priced and nutritious.

 

Depending on what city you are in Sweetgreens has a menu specific to your location. This is because the ingredients are all sourced locally. Nathanial Ru, co-CEO, said in an interview with Fortune that, “We want to feed more people better food.”

 

Technology and Management Strategies

 

Sweetgreens is also revolutionizing how to integrate tech into the business to streamline the process. If there is a location near you you can order directly from the app or the website and skip the line when you pick up your order. An impressive 30% of Sweetgreens transactions process online.

 

In that same interview with Fortune, Nathaniel Ru said in reference to their management strategy, “We wanted to decentralize our headcount.” That core strategy has played out in a unique way. The corporate office shuts down completely 5 times a year and all the employees help staff the restaurants during that time. There is nothing traditional about Sweetgreens and that is exactly how they want it.

 

Simple Style and Refreshing Design Elements

 

Everything from choosing the location of the restaurant to the design of the space is carefully executed and considered.

 

Nathaniel Ru said to Business Insider that, “How we enter a market is just as important as how many stores we do.” Sweetgreens made sure that the chain would never show up in the expected strip mall locations. Instead the focus is on attaining locations in trendy neighborhoods.

 

Nathaniel Ru, Jonathan Neman and Nicolas Jammet have started Sweetgreens all over the country and they are constantly looking for more areas to expand their chain.

Check out Nathaniel Ru on LinkedIn.

 

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