Drug markets drowning in ‘Dark’ waters after the closure of the Three largest Dark Web market websites. The drug business has always been in a flare since it was discovered. Since years the market and clients have been enjoying the perks but not anymore. No more rappers talking about drug consumption.
Not only illegal drug sellers and vendors but also buyers are facing real trouble as their sole business supporter, The dark web market place websites were taken down from the web.
Three major dark Web websites namely- Dream Market (the world’s largest dark web), Silkkitie, and Wall Street market, were taken down by European law enforcement authorities in the month of May.
Troublemakers face Trouble
The result of which is drug dealers and buyers are no facing crucial problem of were to source their drugs from. According to Global Drug Surveys Reports, a large growing portion of drug users are buying illegal supplies of drugs from the dark web as it allows users to maintain anonymity while using it or making a transaction.
Silk Road scams
The online trade in drugs and illegal supplies have been growing ever since The original deep web marketplace Silk Road gained prominence. It was taken down after the owner of the site was arrested in 2013.
The deep web has always been a threat to good old practices of trade as it involves supplies of criminal materials and also abusive drugs without following any ethical practice of the trade.
Dark websites today often are becoming marketplaces of frauds and scams as many sites earn money through online transactions and disappear from the internet with the money of the potential buyers and consumers. Check out blocktoro.com for more updates.