DarkMarket shut down
grarpamp at gmail.com
Tue Nov 2 20:29:17 PDT 2021
On 11/2/21, Christopher Ladden <christopher.ladden at gmail.com> wrote:
Up pops yet another postguzzling non participating
lurker who never posted any subject or code they wanted
to see the list be or discuss about, failed to learn
to setup mail filters for noise they didn't want,
ineptly launching an unsubscribe protest when
the usual list thugs got off their meds again.
Where were such supposed tech types when cpunks
are talking about building embedded such as cams, comms,
Pi's, RF and net boxes, networks, crypo apps, etc...
Less than crickets in the charters wide fields of grass.
Lurkers be gone.
The monotony of surfaceweb boob tubes and SEC regulations
over silly GovCorp stablecoins preferred by many to freakshow
gems of crypto* and freespeech anyways.
There were markets on the darknet before Silk Road.
Silk Road was just the first to reach popular notoriety.
Markets abound covering most sectors,
today notable mostly only by
- Length of time operational to date by market sector.
- Any advent of well regarded markets in formerly untested, failed,
or difficult sectors that have almost no operating instances...
such as the much needed crypto exchanges.
- Or for vanilla sectors such as auction/lists for homegoods,
services, social, etc.
- Or routing around GovCorp with p2p ride/home sharing economies.
It's still greenfield for whoever would like to do them.
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