Wallstreet Market, the most prolific darkweb maketplace, has exit-scammed and stolen millions of dollars in Bitcoin and Monero.
Many established darkweb vendors have moved to their own personal onion shops in an effort to avoid paying market fees and losing money in the even of an exit scam or takedown by law enforcement. This page serves as a list of personal vendor shops.
Dream Vendor "Sinmed" Charged in Record Pill Bust
An investigation into millions of dollars worth of drug proceeds, shell companies, and money laundering led to the largest pill bust in New Jersey history. The vendor was identified as a prolific Dream Market vendor known as “Sinmed.”
Operation CROZET Suspect Hit with Six More Drug Trafficking Charges
A Maserati-driving, beach house-owning 25-year-old alleged at the helm of a multi-million dollar drug syndicate will face court on Friday, slapped with six additional charges relating to the alleged importation of cocaine, ketamine and MDMA worth $17 million.
California Man Tried to Buy a Chemical Weapon on the Darkweb
A California grand jury has indicted an Oakland man on felony charges after he admitted to trying to buy a chemical weapon on the dark web to murder his wife, according to the FBI.
Former School Employee Used the Darkweb to Download Child Pornography
Paul Joseph Wilson, a 49-year-old from D.C., worked at an elementary school. While there, according to his plea deal, he downloaded child pornography from the darkweb.
Gangsta's Paradise Forum Shut Down by Dread
The substandard darkweb forum known as “Gangsta’s Paradise” was shut down by the owner of Dread as a result of the constant spam and lies spread by Gangsta’s Paradise users.
DOJ: Wisconsin Man Sold Drugs on Dream Market, Alphabay, and Wallstreet Market
Christopher D. Bania, a Wisconsin man, was indicted for selling an assortment of illegal substances on Dream Market, Hansa Market, Alphabay, Zion, and Trade Route.
DOJ: Connecticut Man Sentenced for Downloading Child Porn on the Darkweb
John H. Durham, United States Attorney for the District of Connecticut, announced that MARK ROHRER, 38, of West Hartford, was sentenced today by U.S. District Judge Stefan R. Underhill in Bridgeport to 60 months of imprisonment, followed by five years of supervised release, for downloading child pornography from the dark web.
Austrian Teen Caught After Ordering 1,500 Ecstasy Pills Online
According to a press release from police in Upper Austria, a officers caught a teenager who had been ordering ecstasy pills from the darkweb and reselling them to other teenagers in the region.