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Cryptocurrency?

Post by Nightstalker 1 » Mon Jan 10, 2022 5:59 pm

I've been researching cryptocurrency and I'm wondering what u all think of this as a viable option to use for buying gear and other suspicious items?

Don't know how it would work...just an idea. :D
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Post by Xanatos » Tue Jan 11, 2022 4:35 am

It's the go-to method for 'illicit' purchases. Don't know too much about how it works myself, someone else will have to elucidate.
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Post by HouseEater47 » Sun Oct 09, 2022 11:32 am

Im not a full on hacker but I know a thing or two about computers. Use the "onion browser" or Tor.

With it, you get access to things like the deep web and then, dark web.

If the FBI wanted to track you, they would have to really dive into what you are up to and get some serious hackers on board to pinpoint your whereabouts.

Bitcoin is a form of digital currency that cannot be traced back to its owner and can be used online without giving away any personal data. This is especially true on the deep and dark web ( Tor browser LOOK IT UP)

Also, heres a link to a documentary about the Silk Road. Thought it was interesting how one guy was able to use Google to kickstart the investgation. Insane sotry
https://watchdocumentaries.com/silk-roa ... -dark-web/

You could buy the most illegal substances and never be tracked. On the deep/ dark web, you can hire hitmen, hackers, and all kinds of crazy crap. (Little to do with ops but if you need to buy some illicit stuff like guns, drugs, or stolen goods, Tor browse can help.

Personally im only 16 and im typing this on a school Chromebook that the administrators can see what I do. I am tempted to dowload the tor browser on the family computer but dont want to be questioned about it.

Just would ALWAYS question who to trust as alot of services and even the salespeople on their can scam you out of your Bitcoin.

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Post by HouseEater47 » Sun Oct 09, 2022 11:41 am

Be warned though, a good bit of the people on the dark web are of criminal nature and if you double cross them or scam them out of their stuff, you are fully responsible for what happens after...

I like to consider it an Honor among crooks or Honor among thieves kind of like they say it in the books and stuff.

Just be careful.

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Re: Cryptocurrency?

Post by Xanatos » Mon Oct 10, 2022 12:42 pm

HouseEater47 wrote:
Sun Oct 09, 2022 11:32 am
Personally im only 16 and im typing this on a school Chromebook that the administrators can see what I do. I am tempted to dowload the tor browser on the family computer but dont want to be questioned about it.
Probably not wise to post from a device that others have access to. You can put TOR on a USB stick and carry it with you, so no need to install it on any device.
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Re: Cryptocurrency?

Post by HouseEater47 » Sat Oct 22, 2022 11:47 am

Good thinking.

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