Police just took down a massive dark web marketplace in Germany

A Europol-led police action has arrested three parties who had reportedly raced the Wall Street Market, supposedly the world’s second-largest “dark web” mart. Arbiters likewise grabbed the site’s servers and more than EUR5 50,000( around $615,000) in money, plus Bitcoin and Monero “in six-digit amounts, ” which could add up to a huge summing-up.( A single bitcoin currently trades for $5,700 and Monero trade for around $65.)

The detains were part of Europol’s “Dark Web Team” procedures, and they were the latest in a fibre of dark web grocery repressions. As German police detained the Wall Street Market supposes, Finnish law enforcement agencies grabbed another mart known as Silkkitie or Valhalla, and American police detained two suspect high-volume drug…

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