Six New Darknet Markets (DNMs) Emerge As Dream Dies And Wall Street Marketplaces Exits

Six New Markets On The Darknet

Deepdotweb, a darknet, added new markets to its DNM list. A few of the new additions include Cryptonia, Empire, Nightmare, and Yellow Brick Road. One of the leading DNMs on the darknet is Wall Street. This older DMN has been identified as an exit scam that may have snatched $30M. As a result, Wall Street and another darknet, Dream, may no longer be around.

New DNMs appeared in their place, which means that there is now a total of six newly launched markets. The first is Cryptonia, which offers a two-of-three bitcoin multisig, two-factor authentication, anti-phishing measures, and a wallet-less escrow system. Users can pay in either BTC or NMR.

The second one is Agartha, which requires that users allow a deposit to be made to their marketplace account before purchases. Less than 500 listings are available and there is not much to note at this point on the merits of the platform. It also accepts several cryptocurrencies, including DASH, VTC, XMR, LTC, BTC, and BTC.

A third addition is Nightmare and its operation is similar to that of Agartha. This platform accepts wallet deposits for six cryptocurrencies, such as ZEC and BCH. Some vendors accept BCH as a form of payment.

The three other platforms are Yellow Brick Road Market, Dead Forum, and Empire Market. According to an article on, the author had trouble getting past the captcha on the first of these three, Dead forum appears dead, and empire Market accepts BTC, XMR, and LTC deposits.

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