Police just took down a massive dark web marketplace in Germany

Europol-led police work arrested three people claiming to have run the Wall Street Market, the world's second-largest "dark web" market. The authorities were able to cash in on the site's servers for € 550,000 (about $ 615,000), Bitcoin and Monero for a "six-digit amount", which was a huge sum. (The single-bit coin now trades at $ 5,700 and Monero sells for about $ 65.)

Arrest is part of Europol's "Dark Web Team" business, It is only the latest in the crackdown. As German police arrested the Wall Street market suspects, the Finnish law enforcement authorities took over another market, known as Silkkitie or Valhalla, and the US police arrested two weapons of mass destruction soldiers.

According to Eurofol, the Wall Street market includes 115 million users and 5,400 sellers of drugs, malware and other illegal materials. ZDNet says it is already confused. The owner was suffering a desperate "forgery of fraud" with the seller's money, and some employees appeared to intimidate the user by threatening to reveal his identity, and the mediator

The Department of Justice said the owner of the Wall Street Market He said that he tried to stop the business after receiving influx and monitoring by users. Perhaps it is due to the closure of the Dream Market. Previously it was the biggest dark web market. However, when the supplier found the money on April 16, "the German authorities issued a series of arrests and search warrants."

In the last few years, We pursued web marketplace. Tor Network – Producing and paranoid sowing of operations. In some cases, even the platform is hijacked and operated to collect details about buyers and sellers for additional redemption.

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