SamSara Market


SamSara Market is a re-branded version of Dream Market that launched after Dream Market shutdown in 2019. This page contains details about Samsara Market as well as mirrors and alternative Samsara links.

SamSara Market Addresses and Mirrors


SamSara Market


SamSara Features


SamSara’s Message

Everyone should know we are a new company.

Internally, many of our team have worked alongside one another for many years. We’re pleased to introduce our marketplace and its distinguishing features. First however, some words:

One adage, familiar to many users of dark markets, goes like this: “This is not amazon”

It is intended as an irreverent reply reminding people not to get too comfortable, the markets are chaotic and upheaval occurs often. Of course the saying is true. It obviously is not Amazon. But it is pretty remarkable that this comparison can even be attempted. From the beginning of this great synthesis of anonymous e-commerce, all the way to the present, there have been many cycles. We need to be mindful of our cetanā and with right intention, up the ante and usher in a new era of professionalism and prosperous trading. We want to one day be able to reply to those who say “this isn’t Amazon” that maybe it is not, but that doesn’t mean we can’t make it damn close :)

Farewell to a dream. Now let’s have a better one

The shutdown of DM was the end of an era. I think that for us, SpeedSteppers did a really great thing. He provided, for six long years, a venue for everyone to do their trading. For this reason, SpeedSteppers will forever be considered a founding father of the darknet. The way the market was shut down was, while not perfect, still deserving of a lot of respect.

It is apparent now that the Dream market will not be coming back. With the loss of the largest market on the darknet, it is time for a new beginning. We think SpeedSteppers can look down from the sky and be proud of what he inspired.

SamSara Announcement

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Dear users of dread, i have great news!
I can say by this that Dream Market is gone and that there is a complete new market.
A fresh market named : SamSara market!
The market is a updated version of dream market!
The staff is all prepared to handle a big user base as before.
We are willing to stay forever, and serve every customer & vendor as before.
This is the market we need right now, with the right security and support.

There will be free waivers for the first 500 trusted vendors.

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The mirrors can be found on the right sidebar.

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Samsara - it is the cycle of birth, death, and rebirth.
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Signed List of SamSara Mirrors

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Date of signature: July 5, 2019, 5:06 pm
Signed by the Samsara Market (http://samsaraccrn2jmin.onion/about) official PGP key.

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SamSara Security Announcement

If the main link is ever down, please do not go around blindly searching for alternate links. The links you find are liable to find will most likely be phishing links.

To shed some light on this, there are basically two varieties of phishing sites:

  1. Completely fake websites. —a superficial rip-off of the HTML of the site and the phisher typically adds another field to request your PIN while signing in. These are used to harvest your login data and monitor your deposit address.
    If you have ever used one of these sites, any future deposits you send will alert the phisher who will login (using the credentials they stole) and drain your account by buying something from a vendor account they control before the market bans them. The poor user may even think to blame the market, claiming “they stole my f**** money!!”.
  2. Man-in-the-middle (MitM) proxies. Technically, they are a little more advanced but much more pernicious since a user feels like they are using the legitimate site. You can best picture a MitM proxy as acting like a little ‘window’; through which you can view the site that is being proxied. Everything will seem normal as the user will see everything that they expect to see: their mneumonic, PGP, messages, orders, etc. What is actually happening is that the proxy is rewriting the market URL to point to the phishing site and rewriting Bitcoin addresses to point to their own wallet instead of the market’s.

The first category can really only be resolved by user education. Ultimately nothing can prevent an user from going to some completely fake website. But it is this latter group, the MitM proxies that we will now be targeting through our anti-phishing campaign, as these will tend to fool even some experienced users if they are not diligent with verifying everything with PGP… To accomplish this protection, we have planned a series of countermeasures of escalating difficulty (if you guessed that the next countermeasure will be adding a validation field to the Anti-phishing image on the login–you guessed right) The phishers who try to circumvent the protection measures will merely be jumping through the hurdles and traps laid for them far in advance. We can cause them to waste lots of time due to fallacy of sunk costs. We feel it is better to keep these parasites stay occupied with busy work, wasting time in fruitless endeavors then to spend that time actively stealing from people. While thieves have always been a part of the DNM eco-system, the barrier to entry should really be higher.

It’s easy to say “they deserved it” when people get phished. But we are committed to making the market as safe as possible, even for users who may otherwise be susceptible to being tricked by phishing sites. But please do your part(s) too. Please, if you can, use PGP login if you have a valid PGP key associated with your account. When in doubt, wait until you can get on the main mirror for this site, which is: http://samsaraccrn2jmin.onion Write that down and save the alternative mirror links now for later use. An easy thing to do is bookmark them so they can be launched later with a simple keystroke.

Most importantly, please check the url in the browser matches ‘samsaraccrn2jmin.onion’. If the address is different, you should logout and login again with the correct url. If you happen to act careless and realize you visited a phishing site, please take care of your account by changing your password and enabling 2-factor authentication. At the very minimum, change your password and set an additional security password/withdraw password.


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