Moved bunk, desk, governmental paperwork to USD incoming/outgoing; consolidated BTC-side reporting for those expenses into a 'fiat purchase' line, as this reflects the underlying mechanisms most closely.
UY2 is leased and in service with the customer; UY3 is the onsite spare to ensuring continuity of service for that particular contract; as such I've not started its depreciation clock.
The Rockchip pilot plant seems to be a great success; we leased 5 of the 6 machines within the first month. Many kudos to Stan for the visionary design and putting it all together.
Pizarro has 1,100,000 shares outstanding. Book value for all accounts is 0.00001085 BTC/share, and 0.00000802 BTC/share for cash and tangibles, for a 0.55% loss and 6.2% loss respectively. Par value is what it has always been: 0.00001000.
The board has approved in principle a raise for our man on the ground in Uruguay, in tandem with the luxury of a private abode. The man's done good work, oughta recognize it.
Next up: marketing the remaining Rockchip and the follow-on production plant as "safe online RSA machines"; leveraging/marketing the extremely high-margin shared hosting machine; putting together numbers for Rockchip production plant. On the managerial side, I'm putting together docs on canonical Republican multitenant webhosting configuration, and ploughing all of our customer data into a database to track debits from the new customer equity line among other things.
Enjoy this table of the number of customers required to break-even (based on combined ongoing expenses of some 5200 USD/mo)
The full breakeven equation, for interested parties:
$MONTHLYBURN = 36*C + 70*RM + 52*RQ + 208*SH + 1040*H
Obviously the rack will be getting crowded, and possibly over our power provisioning at an occupancy of 36 (moreover, strikes me as an unlikely number of colocation customers to achieve); and pulling 1,040 low-dough heathens is a skosh ambitious, but we'll find a route to glory somewhere in there.