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The ISA0002 is a standard to define codes for micronational currency names. It was created by the Intermicronational Standards Administration. The standard employs an alphabetic four-letter code to represent a currency, to save time and energy when describing the currency and to prevent errors in the description of a currency. The official name of the standard is Codes for the representation of micronational currencies.


It consists of one part

  • ISA0002-A4, Codes for the representation of micronational currencies, defines the names of micronational currencies currently in use by identifying them with a four-letter code.

Maintenance Committee

The standard is maintained by a group of representatives from micronational standards organisations called the Maintenance Committee (ISA/MC). Its principal tasks are:

  • To add and eliminate currency names and to assign code elements to them;
  • To publish lists of currency names and code elements;
  • To maintain a reference list of currency names and code elements and periods of use;
  • To issue newsletters announcing changes to the code table(s);
  • To advise users on the application of the ISA.


The Maintenance Committee consists of two members with voting rights. They are:

Ameristralian National Standards (ANS) - Ameristralia Standards Administration of Brennonia (SAB) - Brennonia

The Administration also features representatives from intermicronational organisations who do not have voting powers. They are:


Current Currency codes

The table below contains the ISA0002-A4 codes for each of the countries that have registered a currency with the standard.

Country name Official state name Currency name ISA0002-A4 code
Ameristralia Sovereign Municipality of Ameristralia Ameristralian Dollar AMRD
Brennonia Kingdom of Brennonia Brennonian Dollar BRND
Sohnland Republic of The Sohnland Sohnlandic Pound Sterling RTSL

See also

Micronations that are interested in registering for a currency code can submit an application here.