"... ordered the 100 micrograms of acid ... paid the seller 50 Bitcoins—untraceable digital currency—worth around $150. Four days later the drugs, sent from Canada, arrived at his house.
"It kind of felt like I was in the future," Mark said."
The Silk Road is currently closed to new visitors. This will be reviewed on July 1st and the site will possibly be reopened. Sorry for the inconvenience :(
Okay, I give.. How do you even get the sub-links on the Silk Road page to work? I keep getting a "can't find the server" error.
Hi everyone, Silk Road is into it's third week after launch and I am very pleased with the results. There are several sellers and buyers finding mutually agreeable prices, and as of today, 28 transactions have been made! For those who don't know, Silk Road is an anonymous online market. Of course, it is in its infant stages and I have many ideas about where to go with it. But I am turning to you, the community, to give me your input and to have a say in what direction it takes.
BitCoin -- or some other decentralized, alternative, nominally anonymous digital currency-- would be huge...
It's getting easier and easier to detect substances and it becomes a federal crime involving interstate trafficking or even international.
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