Market for buying and selling access to hacked sites (webshells) PekarMarket. The service works as a market for buying and selling access to sites (webshells) with a choice of a large number of parameters. Market is in Russian and English version.
Zion market, 100% multisig with no user wallets. Buyers can choose 2-of-2 (server & vendor have the keys) or 2-of-3 (buyer also has a key). 2FA, automated PGP, and Bitmessage alerts. Accept Monero (XMR) by immediately converting it and sending it to your BTC
Offer 2/3 Multisig, direct deposits (no wallets), PGP login, BM-Notification System & Autoshop for Digital Goods (CCs, Accounts and so on) – Available in English & German.
House Of Lions Market, formerly known as LEO market, another traditional escrow market using the familiar Agora layout (Abraxas V2?…)
Acropolis Market employs a user friendly multi sig escrow payment system. The Market is a referral only market. invite / referral link can be found above.
Market started as the vendor shop of the vendor “Biocanna” / Thcsupport (Note – Using Bitwasp) and later expanded to server other vendors. Offers Multisig transactions and low fees.
T•chka allows you to buy and sell your stuff instantly. And you don’t have to communicate with other party at all. Buy or sell coordinates of your buried treasures. Finalize the trade only if you are satisfied with your purchase, or get your money back otherwise. Rate & review your purchases and sellers.
Tochka is now a referral market – a referral is included in the market url above.
Since the take down of Silk Road 2 every market using the Silk Road name such as Silk Road 3 & Silk Road Reloaded were banned from being listed on DeepDotWeb, under the assumption that they are all scams waiting to happen & that the only reason a dark net market operator would have for naming his or her site after Silk Road is to create a false sense of credibility to attract inexperienced users and steal their money.
Now, due to the experience we have from the last couple of years, the general assumption is that ALL markets will eventually exit scam, like we have seen with many other “trusted” markets, while SR3 is still online. So we found no reason to continue and prevent its listing on this site, especially because the only ones who profited from this ban are phishers who published fake urls of Silk Road 3 intended to fool users into depositing and losing their money.
We still believe that the Silk Road Brand is Dead. This market is not related to original Silk Road in any way. And this will most likely be the last iteration of Silk Road to get listed here, but should not be considered as any worse than any other market.