Archiving links and articles on blockchain, art & society

Author Archives: integloerich

Swag Finance

“SWAG.Finance is a decentralized autonomous organization (DAO), which is responsible for community governance of SWAG – The Global Leading Asian Adult Entertainment Community.”


“Konjungate is the first cryptoartfund to change the income of contemporary artists by generting them an interpassive income via “staking”. And it is based on Media Art.” Website


Blockchain-based dating / matching app using tokens. Offline now, but documentation at Medium. Homepage at


“Introducing REL-Registry, a decentralized global Relationship Registry on the Blockchain, complemented by Lifelong AI Love Advisor to help singles and couples worldwide.”


Dating / matching app that will be based on blockchain technology.

Bail bloc

“Bail Bloc is a computer program that bails people out of jail. Volunteers can download the application to any desktop or laptop computer. The app runs in the background of everyday use, mining a cryptocurrency called Monero. I exchange the mining rewards for $USD and donated directly to the Bronx Freedom Fund, which uses 100% […]

Blockchain Future States

“Blockchain Future States [by Simon Denny] investigates Ethereum, 21 Inc., and Digital Asset, three financial companies at the forefront of Bitcoin technology and the application of the blockchain, a decentralized transaction database that functions as the backbone of this crypto-currency. The potential widespread usage of Bitcoin as a supra national currency enables these visionaries to propose radically different visions for a new world […]

Initial Coin Offering

In this ritual about 25 men from the audience went through a labour ceremony, during which they were cajoled with caring love and support by a group of women wearing balaclavas. This ritual was meant to act as a militant detoxification program, wherein the men could rid themselves of their patriarchy. After what felt like […]


“The zoöp contributes to a stronger social, legal and economic position for non-humans within society, as well as making it possible to work towards a model of reciprocal ecological-economic growth that is able to resist the exhausting dynamics of capitalism.” [connects to DLT but not necessarily uses it]


Bridging the great divide between renting and owning a home, DOMA leverages the principles of the new token economy to make housing accessible to everyone. Designed for a fair distribution of urban value, DOMA works as a platform cooperative, owned and run by its users.