Yes, and that's not new. Just one thing: do not call it "meter", that's already in use and that's misleading. You can invent any other word.
It is typical for physicist to work in non SI units (yep, all you life is a lie haha). In fact I hate this, but most physicist work in "new units", which are not centimeters or inches or anything like that. We just say "set units such that the speed of light is $c=1$.
Doing that, as $E=mc^2$, we can use energy units to express masses.
So is typical to set units so that $\hbar=1$, and also such that $G=1$.
This is called Plank units (search for them), and they are widely used among physicist.
I honestly hate this, because it is very confusing. Everybody should agree that, when reading a paper from another "branch", a big part of the effort is due to understanding what they are doing with units haha.