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World Market Onion Secrets Revealed

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The darknet – a wild west for fake coronavirus ‘cures ‘? The reality is more complicated (and regulated)

The coronavirus pandemic has spawned reports of unregulated health products and fake cures being sold on the dark web. These generally include black market PPE, illicit medications like the widely touted “miracle” drug chloroquine, and fake COVID-19 “cures” including blood supposedly from recovered coronavirus patients.

These dealings have once again focused public attention on this little-understood part of the internet. Nearly 10 years because it started being used on a significant scale, the dark web continues to be a lucrative safe haven for traders in a selection of illegal goods and services, especially illicit drugs.

Black market trading on the dark web is carried out primarily through darknet marketplaces or cryptomarkets. They are anonymised trading platforms that directly connect buyers and sellers of a selection of illegal goods and services – just like legitimate trading websites such as for instance eBay.

So how do darknet marketplaces work? And how much illegal trading of COVID-19-related products is happening via these online spaces?

Not just a free-for-all

There are still higher than a dozen darknet marketplaces in operation. Protected by powerful encryption technology, authorities around the globe have largely didn’t contain their growth. A steadily increasing proportion of illicit drug users around the world report sourcing their drugs online. In Australia, we’ve one of many world market onion – https://ask.vrysa.com/ask-discuss-a/index.php?qa=325963&qa_1=the-world-market-onion-mystery – https://ask.vrysa.com/ask-discuss-a/index.php?qa=325963&qa_1=the-world-market-onion-mystery,’s highest concentrations of darknet drug vendors per capita.

Contrary to popular belief, cryptomarkets are not the “lawless spaces” they’re often presented as in the news. Market prohibitions exist on all mainstream cryptomarkets. Universally prohibited goods and services include: hitman services, trafficked human organs and snuff movies.

Although cryptomarkets lie away from realm of state regulation, each one of these is established and maintained by a main administrator who, along with employees or associates, is responsible for the market’s security, dispute resolution between buyers and sellers, and the charging of commissions on transactions.

Administrators may also be ultimately responsible for determining what can and can’t be sold on the cryptomarket. These decisions are most likely informed by:

the attitudes of the surrounding community comprising buyers and sellers
the extent of consumer demand and supply for many products
the revenues a website makes from commissions charged on transactions
and the perceived “heat” that could be attracted from law enforcement in the trading of particularly dangerous illegal goods and services.

Experts delve in to the dark web

A written report from the Australian National University published a week ago discusses several hundred coronavirus-related products available across several cryptomarkets, including supposed vaccines and antidotes.

While the research confirms some unscrupulous dark web traders are indeed exploiting the pandemic and seeking to defraud naïve customers, these records must be contextualised with a few important caveats.

Firstly, how many dodgy covid-related products available on the dark web is relatively small. According to this research, they account for about 0.2% of all listed items. The overwhelming most products were those we are already acquainted with – particularly illicit drugs such as for instance cannabis and MDMA.

Also, while the analysis centered on products listed on the market, these are most likely listings for products that either do no exist or are listed with the specific intention to defraud a customer.

Thus, the particular sale of fake coronavirus “cures” on the dark web is probable minimal, at best.

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