Inte Gloerich is a PhD researcher at Utrecht University and the Institute of Network Cultures (Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences). In her PhD, she explores sociotechnical imaginaries around blockchain technology. Currently, this is focussed on ‘cryptospeak’, the vernacular that is used in the blockchain scene, and how it relates to these imaginaries. More broadly, Inte’s work involves the politics, artistic imagination, and (counter)cultures surrounding digital technology and economy. She co-edited MoneyLab Reader 2: Overcoming the Hype (with Geert Lovink and Patricia de Vries) and State Machines: Reflections and Actions at the Edge of Digital Citizenship (with Yiannis Colakides and Marc Garrett) and organized several conferences addressing the crossroads between digital economy, technology, culture, and politics. She collaborated with Amateur Cities for the Feminist Finance Zine and Feminist Finance Syllabus. Inte teaches at the MA New Media & Digital Culture and the BA Media & Information at the University of Amsterdam.