The debit that existed in the debt market, specifically in the rubric of micro-finances, has not been settled by the beneficiary. It was temporarily covered by its collection of comic books, which on one hand permitted us to generate our first ABS CDO (Asset Backed Security Collateralized Debt Obligation) comprised of 500 American comic books of various titles that represent 500 IOUs with a nominal value of 20 Mexican pesos each. These titles in turn were purchased by Spacebank users so the system could be liquidated (and so the users would make a profit). These began selling on January 1, 2010 at 0:00 in the eBay electronic market at $1.55 USD, where they are expected to at least double the investment (in the event that the collection is not recuperated by the debtor or by the participants in the ABS CDO, it will be possible to acquire any of the comic books for $1.55 USD and they will all have the same change value independent of whether or not the real value of the title increases sixfold or only a fraction of that). Every 12 months the debt increases by 18%, meaning the value of these comics today is $1.81 USD. This is considered a risky investment, but as of January 1, 2011 it will have another 18% in growth.

In the event that you do not have a positive balance in spacebank.org or you would like to increase your position in the Comic Book ABS CDO, you can do so at $1.55 USD directly at atm@spacebank.org.