Jeremy Kyaber

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Jeremy Kyaber (born: 1 December 2001), is an American retired micronationalist statistician who co-founded Microcode alongside Zarel Smith and Anthony Dickson while at Statistic-Fire (now a subsidiary of Statistic-Dime) in April 2019. Kyaber handled the technical side from Microcode's creation until he quit in early November 2020, following a long stagnation due to him being preoccupied by his education. Microcode has since become the largest micronational two-letter code standard in the MicroWiki Sector.

Biography

Kyaber was born on 1 December 2001 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania to Catholic parents. In 2006 at age four, his family moved to Bucks County in Philadelphia, where he currently resides. He was raised and adheres to Catholicism, and attends the Catholic university La Salle University.

Career

Kyaber entered micronationalism in January 2019, via his creation of the "Kyaber Standard", which attempted to assign every micronation a three-letter identification code. The project was later abandoned in early March. On 16 April, Kyaber was invited by Zarel Smith and Anthony Dickson from Statistic-Fire to work on Microcode with them, with the purpose of easily marking micronations and aiming on becoming the largest micronational two-letter code system. Kyaber handled the technical side from Microcode's creation until he quit in early November 2020, following a long stagnation due to him being preoccupied by his education. Microcode has since become the largest micronational two-letter code standard in the MicroWiki Sector.

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