HUB.MN — More than four years after its founding, the Standardized Currency and Unified Economy, the preeminent intermicronational economic organization of the Micras Community, is to see a change in leadership.
The current SCUE Administrator, Andreas the Wise, who has played an instrumental role in the creation and administration of the organization, including the development of its integrated banking and stock market software, announced last week that he intends to step down from the position. Citing a decline in his active participation in micronationalism amid increased economic activity in the community, Wise announced his resignation, to take effect once a successor is named.
That successor is widely expected to be economist Pallisico Sinclair, who recently was awarded the 2014 FNORD Award in Economics for his work to develop Hamland’s economy. Sinclair has accepted the nomination though the confirmation vote amongst member micronations is not expected to take place until next week at the earliest.
The Administrator position is responsible for a variety of tasks, including the active management of memberships, responding to micronational court orders requiring production of financial records, and administering the bank and stock markets.