Micronational currency systems

Micronational currency systems

Micronational currency systems describe the self-declared official currencies of micronations. These currencies are usually created to legitimise the micronations that produce them and few of these currencies are recognised outside these micronations. However some are prized by collectors and may be minted in precious metals and in limited numbers. Emperor Norton I issued his own money (right) that was accepted by local San Franciscans.

List of currencies

Micronation Flag Image Name Symbol Value Type
Atlantium Imperial Solidus IS Pegged to United States dollar. Coins and banknotes
Christiania LØN 1 LØN equals fifty Danish kroner
Elleore Leo d'or
Hajdučka Republika Mijata Tomića Kubura
Hutt River Hutt River Dollar $ Pegged to Australian dollar. Coins
Crown Dependency of Forvik Gulde 1 Gulde = 100 Forvik groats = £60.
Lovely Interdependent Occupational Unit IOU 1 IOU equals "one minute of time invested in establishing the nation" Banknotes
Molossia Valora VL 1 VL equals a partial tube of Pillsbury cookie dough Coins and banknotes
Northern Forest Archipelago NFA Sweat Equity Buck NFASEB 1 NFASEB equals "one hour of labor" or approximately US$10
Romkerhall Okerthaler
Saugeais Saugeais Sol and Euro € (Euro)
Sealand Sealand Dollar SX$ Pegged to United States dollar. Coins
Vikesland Vikesland Crown VC Pegged to United States dollar. Coins and banknotes
Westarctica Westarctica Dollar WA$

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