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Sources Say World’s Largest Darknet Empire Market Exit Scammed, $30 Million in Bitcoin Stolen

One of the world’s largest darknet markets (DNM), Empire Market, allegedly exit scammed after the marketplace was taken offline for a number of days this week. DNM patrons are upset about Empire Market’s departure and customers say that $30 million in bitcoin held by the darknet’s admins has been stolen. Three days ago news.Bitcoin.com reported on the Empire Market’s recent downtime, as our report had shown the DNM was offline for more than 36 hours. At the time, much of the blame was cast at a distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack. However, as time continued to unwind; customers, vendors, and DNM…

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Darknet Giant Empire Market Offline for 36 Hours, Blame Cast at Massive DDoS Attack

According to a number of sources, one of the largest darknet markets in the world, Empire Market has been offline for well over 36 hours. The researcher and analyst Dark.fail has been tweeting about the subject, as the market hasn’t been down for this long since 2019. It seems the popular darknet market (DNM) Empire has been down for well over a day and a half now, and ever since it went offline DNM patrons have been edgy. On Sunday, August 23, 2020, the Reddit forum r/darknet with its 127,000 subscribers is littered with threads and memes concerning Empire’s downtime.…

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