Micronational Institute for Standardization

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Micronational Institute for Standardization
MIS.jpg
MIS logo
AbbreviationMIS
Formation17-X-2020
TypeNon-governmental organization
PurposeMicro-International standardization
Official language
English

The Micronational Institute for Standardization is a government-owned organization in the Templar Kingdom. Run by micronationalist who wish to help. Similar to the ISO (see the List of micronations by official currency), it standardizes currency codes, country codes, production and scientific methods. Anyone is welcome here, to have his MIS 001 and MIS 002 codes, as long as there are never two of the same. (MIS 001 and MIS 002 codes are given on a first ask first given basis, unless you made arrangements with the other micronation to swap codes.)

MIS 001

The following is a list of active codes of official MIS 001 currency names. A MIS 001 code is made up of the two first letters of the country name and the last one of the first letter of the currency name. In the standard the values are called "alphabetic code", "numeric code", and "minor unit".

Code Num E[n 1] Currency Countries using this currency
EUR 5.21.18 2 Euro Leyflag.PNG Leylandistan & Gurvata
Flag of Verd'land.svg Verd'land
GBP 7.2.16 2 British Pound Uniland Flag.png Uniland
Whitby
MND 13.14.4 2 Micronational Dollar Republic of Mcarthia

Kingdom of Loquntia
Democratic Republic of Cinnamon Creek
Federal Republic of Whestcorea
Principality of Noland
Empire of Paravia
Kingdom of Novapara
Usian Republic
Federal Republic of Breckland
Auburn

MIC 13.9.3 2 MicroCoin
MIE 13.9.5 2 MicroEuro
TEC 20.5.3 2 (Sovereign) Templar Crown UKBKTHG- flag kingdom.jpg Templar Kingdom
Protectorate Flag-Aquitania2.jpg Aquitania
Protectorate flag-Valkyria2.jpg Valkyria
Protectorate Flag-Ebro3.jpg Ebro
Montauban.png Montalban
USD 21.19.4 2 US Dollar Natlin
Saspearian
Republic of Tavil.png Tavil
Tsurasian Flag.jpg Tsurasia

MIS 002

MIS 002 is a system for encoding country codes. Based on the ISO 3166, it has three parts. MIS 002-1 - for countries, MIS 002-2 - for their administrative divisions. When assigning codes, the MIS can overlap with the ISO 3166 standard (for this is for micronations only) and will try to use any combination of spellings, wordings, or languages of a country name. Unlike the ISO 3166, and like the MIS 001, renaming of a country in most cases is not a valid justification for a new code, but could be requested, and could be granted if the new code requested is not yet in use.

MIS 002-1

alpha-2 Code alpha-3 Code Country Notes
AK AKZ 125px-Flag of Akhzivland.png Akhzivland
CH CHR Christiania
CN CON Flag of the Conch Republic.svg Conch Republic
CX CAX Caux
FD PFD Freedonia
JR JER Kingdom of Jerusalem.gif Jerusalem protectorate of the Templar Kingdom
EO EOE Flag of Elleore.png Elleore
HT HTP Hutt River Flag.svg Hutt River
KM KML Kugelmugel
LB LIB Liberland
LO LOV Flag of Lovely.png Lovely
LU LUN The flag of Lundy.png Lundy protectorate of the Templar Kingdom
MO MOL Flag of Molossia.svg Molossia
PD PAD Nouveau drapeau.jpg Padrhom
PO PON Flag of the Principality of Pontinha.svg.png Pontinha
RI RIS Flag of Rose Island.png Rose Island
SA SAU Saugeais
SB SEB Flag of Seborga.png Seborga
SC SCH Schwanensee
SL SLD Flag of Sealand.svg Sealand
TE TEM UKBKTHG- flag kingdom.jpg Templar Kingdom
WF BWF Flag of British West Florida.png West Florida
WH WHA Whangamomona
WW WHO Flag of West Who.svg West Who

MIS 002-2 codes

Lists of codes available in MIS 002
AA AB AC AD AE AF AG AH AI AJ AK AL AM AN AO AP AQ AR AS AT AU AV AW AX AY AZ
BA BB BC BD BE BF BG BH BI BJ BK BL BM BN BO BP BQ BR BS BT BU BV BW BX BY BZ
CA CB CC CD CE CF CG CH CI CJ CK CL CM CN CO CP CQ CR CS CT CU CV CW CX CY CZ
DA DB DC DD DE DF DG DH DI DJ DK DL DM DN DO DP DQ DR DS DT DU DV DW DX DY DZ
EA EB EC ED EE EF EG EH EI EJ EK EL EM EN EO EP EQ ER ES ET EU EV EW EX EY EZ
FA FB FC FD FE FF FG FH FI FJ FK FL FM FN FO FP FQ FR FS FT FU FV FW FX FY FZ
GA GB GC GD GE GF GG GH GI GJ GK GL GM GN GO GP GQ GR GS GT GU GV GW GX GY GZ
HA HB HC HD HE HF HG HH HI HJ HK HL HM HN HO HP HQ HR HS HT HU HV HW HX HY HZ
IA IB IC ID IE IF IG IH II IJ IK IL IM IN IO IP IQ IR IS IT IU IV IW IX IY IZ
JA JB JC JD JE JF JG JH JI JJ JK JL JM JN JO JP JQ JR JS JT JU JV JW JX JY JZ
KA KB KC KD KE KF KG KH KI KJ KK KL KM KN KO KP KQ KR KS KT KU KV KW KX KY KZ
LA LB LC LD LE LF LG LH LI LJ LK LL LM LN LO LP LQ LR LS LT LU LV LW LX LY LZ
MA MB MC MD ME MF MG MH MI MJ MK ML MM MN MO MP MQ MR MS MT MU MV MW MX MY MZ
NA NB NC ND NE NF NG NH NI NJ NK NL NM NN NO NP NQ NR NS NT NU NV NW NX NY NZ
OA OB OC OD OE OF OG OH OI OJ OK OL OM ON OO OP OQ OR OS OT OU OV OW OX OY OZ
PA PB PC PD PE PF PG PH PI PJ PK PL PM PN PO PP PQ PR PS PT PU PV PW PX PY PZ
QA QB QC QD QE QF QG QH QI QJ QK QL QM QN QO QP QQ QR QS QT QU QV QW QX QY QZ
RA RB RC RD RE RF RG RH RI RJ RK RL RM RN RO RP RQ RR RS RT RU RV RW RX RY RZ
SA SB SC SD SE SF SG SH SI SJ SK SL SM SN SO SP SQ SR SS ST SU SV SW SX SY SZ
TA TB TC TD TE TF TG TH TI TJ TK TL TM TN TO TP TQ TR TS TT TU TV TW TX TY TZ
UA UB UC UD UE UF UG UH UI UJ UK UL UM UN UO UP UQ UR US UT UU UV UW UX UY UZ
VA VB VC VD VE VF VG VH VI VJ VK VL VM VN VO VP VQ VR VS VT VU VV VW VX VY VZ
WA WB WC WD WE WF WG WH WI WJ WK WL WM WN WO WP WQ WR WS WT WU WV WW WX WY WZ
XA XB XC XD XE XF XG XH XI XJ XK XL XM XN XO XP XQ XR XS XT XU XV XW XX XY XZ
YA YB YC YD YE YF YG YH YI YJ YK YL YM YN YO YP YQ YR YS YT YU YV YW YX YY YZ
ZA ZB ZC ZD ZE ZF ZG ZH ZI ZJ ZK ZL ZM ZN ZO ZP ZQ ZR ZS ZT ZU ZV ZW ZX ZY ZZ
Officially reserved: Assigned to a country, or territory
Officially reserved: Deleted then re-assigned to a country, or territory
Exceptionally reserved: Reserved on request for restricted use
Deleted: Deleted and free for reservation
unassigned: Free for reservation

MIS 003

MIS 003 is a list of Micronations that have accepted the Metric system as their measuring system.

MIS 004

MIS 004 is a list of Micronations that have accepted the Celsius system as their means of measuring temperature.

References

  1. Number of digits after the decimal separator.