Micronationalist of the Year

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Micronationalist of the Year is an annual award and spin-off of Dime Micronationalist of the Month. Micronationalist of the Year features and profiles a person, a group, an idea, or an object that was the "most influential" micronationalist of that year. It was created by Zarel Smith and Jayden Lycon from DIME Magazine,[1] which published the 2019 winner, though the 2020 winner Nicholas Randouler was announced in the MicroWiki's 25 Most Influential for 2020 (where Randouler was ranked first) created by Smith via Statistic-Dime. Randouler had ranked first in a scarcely advertised opinion poll. It also credits Lycon as a reviser.[2]

Micronationalists of the Year

Year Choice Born/lifespan Reason Runners-up

Adam I
Emperor of Adammia
1998 Adam was the first Chair of the Grand Unified Micronational to have been elected to a second consecutive term in history. Adam also organised the third 24 Hour Quorum and hosted the first GUM Summit in Birmingham in June. [§ 1]

Nicholas Randouler
Founder and 4th Prince of Posaf
2004–2020 In memoriam of Randouler, who passed away on 3 June 2020.


Voting results

  1. 2019 voting results:
    Adam I (9), Prince Zarel I (8), Dan Morris (4), Bradley, Duke of Dullahan (2), Cameron I of Ikonia (0).


  1. Smith, Zarel (30 September 2020) Zarel Smith begins to leave community just after two year anniversary celebrations. Ponderosan News Agency. Retrieved 30 September 2020.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Smith, Zarel et al. (2 December 2020) MicroWiki Most Influential (2020). Published by Statistic-Dime — Google Docs. Retrieved 3 December 2020.
  3. Z. Smith & J. Lycon (26 December 2019) DIME Magazine Issue #1

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