What should we call the smallest unit of a libra

It looks like each libra can be broken into 1 million smaller units.
What should we call 0.000001 Libra?

Edit: After further reading of this group, it looks like Libra team uses microlibra for the smallest unit.

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I suggested “Grain” in the past (Kevin Weil liked it)
" Libra , the basic Roman unit of weight; after 268 BC it was about 5,076 English grains"(https://www.britannica.com/science/grain-unit-of-weight)


mLib … has a nice ring to it

  • where the “m” stands for milli or micro

Grain may be confusing since it is a quaint weight measure of 1/7,000 pound avoirdupois. If you stay within a metric nomenclature then the prefix would be micro as in μ≋ .

first idea would be to call it a ‘Zuck’… lol…

more broadly though, The origins of the corporate structure looks like its got templar heritage alignment, which flowed on from the prior roman heritage that relates to the underlying heritage related, considerations.

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Currently i’m writing code in gRPC to communicate to the libra client.
I’m using millis for now since there is no official word.

We have been using microlibra internally

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Why not just call it Librae. Librae is used to denote stars in the constellation Libra

Libit - as in bits of Libra.

I think it should be called Libro.

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I it should be call leadbit