"Collected Quotations Of The Dread Pirate Roberts, Founder Of Underground Drug Site Silk Road And Radical Libertarian"Read more »
We’ve written on the hyperdeflation problem before. Basically, with Bitcoin prices surging, nobody wants to buy anything, you just want to hold onto your Bitcoins. Conversely, when they collapse, nobody wants to sell. So volatility means nobody wants to transact in Bitcoins, because there’s a good chance that the next day someone will feel like a fool.Read more »
At 6am this morning, I got an email from one of my sleazier contacts. It simply said "looks like Silk Road has collapsed". I fired the Tor browser you need to connect to the site and, indeed, it wasn't there.Read more »
Many of you will be familiar with SilkRoad, and as I'm sure most of you will agree, SR has put Bitcoin on the map and in the eyes of the general public, the media, and the cryptocurrency communities. SR continues to strengthen the Bitcoin economy to this day.
Our team decided that in order for Litecoin to make its mark in the cryptocurrency world it needed a similar service backing it.
So, with that being said, we would like to officially invite you all to Atlantis (or ATL for short), the Litecoin free market. Users of SR will feel at home using our website.Read more »
The Armory is closing. This link can be seen by anyone, not just people using Tor.Read more »
This is a link to the discussion about the Silk Road Armory closing. You will need TOR to be able to see the link.Read more »
A new website Silk Road has come on-line with an agorist philosophy. They sell illegal drugs using technology that makes both the client and server anonymous. Purchases are only through bitcoin, which is a non-government peer-2-peer virtual currency. Being peer-2-peer means that it is decentralized and nearly impossible to shut down. The article claims that it's like eBay or Amazon, where dealers are rated by clients thereby "certifying" sellers without government licensing.Read more »
Senator Charles Schumer is asking federal authorities to shut down a secretive narcotics market operated online with anonymous sales and untraceable currency. The website uses a complex Internet configuration that allows the users to remain anonymous and untraceable by downloading the program TOR. To make sure the money exchanged can't be traced, the site uses a new digital currency called Bitcoins.Read more »
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