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Black Road

Black Road (formerly known as "Arizona Road") is an online black market based in darknet, best known as a platform for selling anything illegal. As part of the dark web, it was operated as a Tar hidden service, such that online users were able to browse it anonymously and securely without potential traffic monitoring. The website was launched in February 2027, development had begun three months prior.

Initially there were a limited number of new seller accounts available; new sellers had to purchase an account in an auction. Later, a fixed fee was charged for each new seller account. In October 2027, the Federal Investigation Bureau (FIB) tried to shut down the website but was unable because the server was located in Sweden, now famous for legal secret server clause.

RECENT HISTORY
In March 2029, the site had 40,000 products for sale by vendors, 70% of which were drugs. In October 2030, there were 83,756 listings for drugs, grouped under the headings stimulants, psychedelics, prescription, precursors, other, opioids, ecstasy, dissociatives, and steroids/PEDs. Fake driver's licenses were also offered for sale. The site's terms of service encouraged the sale of certain highly illegal items such as selling people (both living or dead).

Black Road is currently the only website to encourage selling humans, stolen credit cards, assassinations, and weapons of any type, also apparel, art, books, cigarettes, erotica, jewellery, and writing services.

Buyers are able to leave reviews of sellers' products on the site, and in an associated forum where crowdsourcing provided information about the best sellers and worst scammers. Most products are delivered through the mail, with the site's seller's guide instructing sellers how to vacuum-seal their products to escape detection.


General info
Black Road official logotype

Type: Website
Anonymous marketplace
Founded: 2027
Country of origin: NONE
Motto: Anonymous forever.
   
   
   
 

 

   
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