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Mindblowing Silk Road Statistics: Best Selling Drugs

A Great thread was just published on the Silk road 2.0 forums, showing statistic of the marketplace Best sellers items and vendor as it was crawled by one of the users:

He even put up a domain to see the data: http://twam2dcppennla6s.onion/  (must have JS enabled)

Link to the Op: http://silkroad5v7dywlc.onion/index.php?topic=26644.0;topicseen

This the quote:

===Start Quote===

Hello Everybody!

I know timing isn’t best, but I’m here to tell you about my “just for fun” project, in which I spidered the whole Silk Road and I’m serving results in very user friendly charts about vendors and items. These charts display interesting numbers such as average feedback rating, total feedback, etc. The charts are also easily filterable and sortable. Simply, the site has all needed functionality for finding top vendors/products of your interest. The reason why I decided to do such site is because I missed such functionality on Silk Road. I understand they have lots of other stuff to do, especially nowadays

I hope spidering SR isn’t against policy or something. I’m doing this, because I like SR and I want to improve shopping experience for everyone   I use non aggressive spidering, so it doesn’t hurt SR in any way.

Last spidering was done between 2014-02-04 and 2014-02-09 so data are not exactly up-to-date. Data will be updated as soon as SR will run again.
Also, since I obviously don’t have access to SR database, there might be differences between SR and my charts (some vendors/items might be missing), but I did my best to minimize such differences.

Requirements: The site is basically javascript app, so it won’t work with javascript disabled. I decided to go this way for best user experience. I can tell you the site is 100% safe for your browser, but it’s up to you to believe me. If the site gets positive feedback, I’ll also make non-javascript version.

And now little spoiler alert:

Items with most feedback left:

#1 ***Superman Xtc Pill***
vendor: Chemical Brothers
feedback left: 438
avg. feedback: 4.9498

#2 Tesco Vouchers £100 UK – 100% WORKING
vendor: Revivalry
feedback left: 433
avg. feedback: 4.9238

#3 200mg High Quality DMT
vendor: ringo deathstarr
feedback left: 380
avg. feedback: 4.9711

Vendors with most feedback left:

#1 technohippy
feeback left: 1746
avg. feedback: 4.961

#2 fredthebaker
feedback left: 1256
avg. feedback: 4.7667

#3 DrawkwarD
feedback left: 1099
avg. feedback: 4.9854

===End Quote===

This chart Showing the most rated vendors on Silk Road (the ones who had the most sales):

rated

Top Rated Vendors (Vendors with best feedback):

toprated

Most rated items on Silk Road (best sellers):

best sellers

Top Rated Items On Silk Road (Items with best feedback):

TopRateditems

Oldest Vendors:

oldestvendors

There are pages and pages of data on this onion domain, its a very interesting insight to the most popular drugs being sold online.

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13 comments

  1. Thanks for posting this I was very weary of going their with java script on and very nice of you to donate

  2. Hate to bear bad news, but trawling the fora for complaints about scamming vendors reveals something different.

    There are at least 2 vendors in the top 10 who have repeated complaints about being a scam.

    So, what do we have here? Possibilities behind these ratings tables:

    1. Honest guy drawing the tables up, but ratings behind them are fixed?
    2. Dishonest drawer upper.
    3. Ratings are not fixed but are just plain poor all round.
    4. Complaints about scamming are just made by bitter competitor vendors?
    5. Spurious error somewhere?

    Dunno.
    HTH

    • Well the data does not say that these are honest sellers… just that they had most rating = sold more items.

      • Fair comment.
        Its a pity these data are not available for other sites in such a clear way.
        SR seems seriously compromised reputationally, and permanently.

        Like when a legless Arnie put a tank/rpg shell in that liquid terminator in the ironworks and it just squirmed around squealing like a split dildo.

        I am sure many would-be buyers and vendors are wondering where best to conduct their activity.

        • Yes, i wish the guy who created this will do the same for the other markets :)

          This could be a great service

          • SR2 was a fugazy. Now it’s FUBAR. And that’s no FUD! I should put up a screenshot of the site, and my bitcoin address with the words “Working on SR3 as hard as we can! The new Silk Road III will require a $100 membership fee for buyers, and $200 for sellers. This should reduce the shill accounts and scammers.”

            Don’t miss out!

            Registration closes March 1st for our inaugural launch!

            (You know I’d get at least a few $100)

    • There is a lot of padded feedback on SR, I don’t see anyway of accurately working out which is real and which is fake. Known scammers on SR are watched and as soon as they get bad feedback they list a lot of free samples and order themselves in other accounts then give themselves 5/5 feedback. This has been going on since SR2 started and its becoming more obvious now why it hasn’t been stopped

  3. I go with JustMe that those statistics do not tell much about the quality of the product one receives from one of the so called top rated vendors.

    To be honest I started asking my self what should be so “mindblowing” about this calculation just when I read the headlines…

  4. This gives LE the list of big vendors.

    How is this helpful?

    • Oh don’t be daft. You talk as if they are aimless and clueless. You really think they need some random generated data to know who the big vendors are?

  5. LE (Law Enforcement) has plenty of buyers and sellers infiltrated within these markets. Really atm the least of one’s worries. The phony Silk Road 2 is OVER. You might as well make a deal on TOPIX. The people running SR and the scammers were in on it together. If you’re still going on that site? You’re a fool.

  6. I think it’s worth pointing out that the development of this user friendly and extensively detailed project would take SUBSTANTIAL time and commitment of manpower that I don’t think any one person would or could accomplish on their own unless they were being paid or working as a team. Considering how slow .onion page loads can be sometimes, and the shear volume of information gathered, I would seriously suspect this was either a work produced by Silk Road (which makes the most sense), or a production of LE’s endless resources. There’s speculative reasons to suspect either scenarios, but I’m positive their was compensation and motive whatever they may be.

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