|S.NSA incoming and outgoing|
|Intangibles and goodwill||8.54040405||0||8.54040405|
S.NSA has a total of 4`737`075 authorised shares outstanding. The total assets per share implied value is thus 0.00009980 BTC. The cash+tangible assets per share implied value is thus 0.00009804 BTC.
S.NSA realised no operating revenue this period. The P/E implied value per share is so far 0 BTC.
S.NSA has Special Stock Warrants outstanding issued as per the IPO agreement, as follows :
Engineering work for November :
- carried out the unpleasant but necessary task of properly V-ifying the field arithmetic code extracted from GPG earlieri. This is so that a maximally-large portion of the Cardano firmware is V-pedigreed from an audited subset of classical GPG 1.4.10.
- likewise, for the RSA decrypt/sign and a few other essential routines from same.
- produced a simple heap memory allocator suitable for our application; presently undergoing testing.
- work on testing all of the above on a [deleted] microcontroller, in one of the manufacturer-supplied dev boards.
A good fraction of the above work will be packaged for public release in the first releasable version of P, which still needs a good bit of massageii. It will also figure into a yet unofficial implementation of gossipdiii.
I can understand concern from investors. Nevertheless, the facts of the matter were throughout and remain to this day that a) No Such lAbs' finances are sound, and b) a lot of engineer work is being done. It is unfortunate that these don't yet translate into anything more palpable, yet such is the sordid situation of the physical world we all inhabit. I remain convinced that eventually they will.———
- Ref: MPI sans the mud. as well as No Such lAbs (S.NSA), October 2015 Statement. [↩]
- The part where instructions for a simple virtual machine result in bignums arithmetically copulating and being juggled on a stack is not that hard. The part where actual useful routines are implemented in said bytecode (e.g., Miller-Rabin) is slightly trickier. [↩]
- Pretty close, actually, to a publicly-presentable state. Uses 512-byte UDP packets, but as per the old thread, you can change the protocol id field to something random and unassigned, provided that you are running as root on a reasonable unix, and thereby use raw IP. [↩]