Sheep Marketplace, 6 theft of Bit Dollars

Yesterday, the Dark Web site, Sheep Marketplace, an anonymous digital drug market that became very popular after its closure Silk Road, announced that he had been the victim of robbery. According to the website, 5.400 bitcoins, which are equivalent to 6.000.000 dollar at current prices, disappeared. Then the site disappeared just like bitcoins.

Sheep Marketplace
The site's administrators announced on their homepage that one of the suppliers, with the pseudonym EBOOK101, had discovered exploiting a bug in the system that allowed it to pick up the bitcoins.

"The seller discovered a bug in the system and stole it 5.400 BTC – τα χρήματά σας, τις οικονομίες μας, τα πήρε όλα” αναφέρει το of Sheep Marketplace.

The announcement mentioned only the fact without mentioning anything about rumors circulated on too many websites and claim to be a fraud set up by the managers themselves.
Making money in digital alleys and illegal shopping is not the safest.
Σε αυτή την ανώνυμη ελεύθερη αγορά, ένα ουσιαστικά, δεν μπορεί να υπάρχει νομική προσφυγή για παραβάσεις. Ο κάθε χρήστης είναι ανώνυμος και πραγματοποιεί τις συναλλαγές με ένα ανώνυμα νόμισμα. Αυτό καθιστά πολύ δύσκολο για τις Αρχές επιβολής του νόμου να ανακαλύψουν τους ενόχους με μεθόδους ψηφιακής επιτήρησης. Βέβαια η κίνηση των απατεώνων που είναι πίσω από την of $6 million was based on this very fact as well as where the money came from ναρκωτικών ουσιών. Ποιος θα πάει στις αρχές να καταγγείλει ότι διακινούσε and his money was stolen? The Best Technology Site in Greecefgns

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