What is the new Silk Road website?

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What is the new Silk Road website?

What is the new Silk Road website?

In November, a new online marketplace that sells illegal drugs opened. It also calls itself Silk Road. The new website looks the same as the shuttered Silk Road. It lists hundreds of ads for drugs including marijuana, cocaine and Ecstasy, and uses bitcoins, the anonymous digital currency used by the old site.

Is the Silk Road still a website?

Silk Road was an online black market and the first modern darknet market. As part of the dark web, it was operated as a Tor hidden service, such that online users were able to browse it anonymously and securely without potential traffic monitoring....Silk Road (marketplace)
Item description page
LaunchedFebruary 2011
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When did the Silk Road website end?

Before it was shut down in 2013, the Silk Road handled over $1.2 billion worth of illegal goods and services, with over $79.2 million in commissions, according to the criminal complaint against Ulbricht.

How did the Silk Road website work?

To maintain users' and his own anonymity, Ulbricht set up Silk Road on the dark web, a part of the internet invisible to traditional search engines. Silk Road did not accept cash or credit cards; users had to pay with bitcoin, a cryptocurrency. All transactions were encrypted and hence untraceable.

Where is Ross Ulbricht now?

Tucson Ulbricht's appeals to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit in 2017 and the U.S Supreme Court in 2018 were unsuccessful. He is currently incarcerated at the United States Penitentiary in Tucson.

What has replaced the Silk Road?

Agora was unaffected by Operation Onymous, the November 2014 seizure of several darknet websites (most notably Silk Road 2.0). After Evolution closed in an exit scam in March 2015, Agora replaced it as the largest darknet market....Agora (online marketplace)
Type of siteDarknet market
Current statusOffline
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Where is Ross Ulbricht imprisoned?

United States Penitentiary, Tucson In February 2015, Ulbricht was convicted of conspiracy to commit money laundering, conspiracy to commit computer hacking, conspiracy to traffic fraudulent identity documents, and conspiracy to traffic narcotics by means of the internet....
Ross Ulbricht
Imprisoned atUnited States Penitentiary, Tucson
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What happened to Ross Ulbricht?

He was sentenced to life in prison. Ulbricht, who used the pseudonym "Dread Pirate Roberts" online, is sentenced to spend the rest of his life in federal prison.

Is there a movie about Ross Ulbricht?

Deep Web2015 Silk Road: Drugs, Death and the Dark Web Ross Ulbricht/Films

How long did the Silk Road guy get in jail?

In May 2015, he was sentenced to a double life sentence plus forty years without the possibility of parole....
Ross Ulbricht
Known forCreator of Silk Road
Conviction(s)Money laundering Computer hacking Conspiracy to traffic narcotics (Febru)
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What items are on the Silk Road?

  • Silk Road: Some other items that where traded from the silk road are cotton, leather boots, cheese, carpet, grapes, porcelain, hay, jade, turquoise and wooden blocks. Not only products were traded on the silk road, ideas where also traded. The ideas traded helped bring new inventions and even more ideas.

What is the New Silk Road url?

  • The NEW Silk Road URL / Silk Road 2.0 URL is silkroad6ownowfk.onion. The even NEWER Silk Road URL / Silk Road 3 URL is http://silkroad7rn2puhj.onion/ (Silk Road 3.1) If you try and use the above Silkroad URL in any other web browser such as Google Chrome or Internet Explorer then it will not work.

Is the Silk Road made out of silk?

  • it's made out of polyester , actually. there are no roads made out of silk. it is a route of long ago and got it's name because one of the main things transported across the route was silk, from china. it was one of, if not the most important of goods at that time.

What was silk traded for on the Silk Road?

  • Many Many things were traded on the silk road. People could trade goods that they made, farmed or raised. There were of course the common goods that they traded like silk (of course), spices, teas, porcelain,and lacqerware. Horses, wools, silver, and gold were also traded for silk and other goods from China.

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