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Empire market closed doors with $30M exit-scam

Updated: Sep 9, 2020

One of the largest darknet markets closed the doors for good

Empire Market went offline on August 20, buckling under the pressure from consecutive DDoS attacks. DarkDotFails feels that the attacks may have been a response to a post titled, “State of the Darkweb” shared by Empire’s lead Dread (a Reddit-like forum for darknet users and enthusiasts) moderator, Se7en.

The largest cryptocurrency darknet market supposedly pulled an exit scam as the admin drained $30 million worth of BTC from users.

There are other darknet places coming up and not all of them like this. Darknet places are necessary for the demand for a free and self-responsibilty society far away from the world of digital slavery and governmental control. Everyone here is in a big social case and yes you can lose money there but the benefit before access to everything is a good way. But it's on you to decide wether you buy furniture there or the dark side of the moon.

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