Blockchains, or Distributed Ledger Technologies (DLT), aim at proving the existence of single items within a chronological regime. In the context of bitcoin this was the elephant in the room and mostly overlooked. More recently different kinds of R&D departments – from Wal Mart to the US-Army provided insights into their DLT research. Their common trajectory shows that the time of ubiquitous copying of digital objects might soon be over. This so far most powerful difference between digital and physical objects is about to be redefined with DLTs in connection with the so called Internet of Things. At the same time our common economical typing between digital and physical objects is about to vanish, too, when physical objects are being integrated into a digital regime via the IoT. From the perspective of a commodity economy both are now parametrically governable in their use. This would turn out to be the synthesis of the so called sharing economy that aims at a commodification of all human practice independent from the question of ownership. In the talk, I present the basic axioms of an analytics of power concerning object-oriented technologies of government, which announce an environmentally administered World („verwaltete Welt“). My main argument is that in addition to powers of subjectivation we now witness the emergence of technical modalities of objectivation as a distinct denomination for this environmental regime of government.