An average sales web page through the original Silk Road, now reconstructed; the site sells illegal drugs, tools, and much more.
Just one month after the FBI seized and shut down Silk Road the online world site understood as the Amazon.com of drugs, weapons and worse it is straight back. Yup, into the annals of unlawful history, this one has to be up there in the chutzpah department; it’s such as the abilities behind your website are totally thumbing their collective noses at U.S. federal authorities.
Also more shocking, new allegations tie Silk Road’s founder Ross William Ulbricht aka Dread Pirate Roberts until his FBI takedown last month to your still publicly unidentified initial creator of Bitcoins, the digital currency exclusively used to pay for illegal goods and services on the old and site that is now new.
The allegations stumbled on light after two Israeli boffins one a cryptographer readied a paper that is soon-to-be-published claims that the FBI seizure in fact only got their fingers on around 22 percent of the $80 million in commissions Ulbricht’s web site had garnered from sales of an estimated $1.2 billion; product sales on everything including assault tools to illegal narcotics of any kind and also for hit men services for hire.
Dorit Ron and Adi Shamir are the two researchers who have brought these allegations to light, adding they by themselves h
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