German authorities shut down the Russian Hydra DarkNet market and confiscated $25 million in Bitcoin as a result. German authorities and the Justice Department shut down Hydra, a Russian-language site described as the world's largest illegal marketplace. German authorities have shut down Hydra, the Russian-language service believed to be the world's largest illegal darknet marketplace. СКАЧАТЬ ТОР БРАУЗЕР С ЯНДЕКС ДИСКА
German officials said the marketplace had about 17 million buyer accounts and more than 19, sales accounts. The U. Treasury Department announced sanctions Tuesday against the Hydra market and Garantex, a virtual currency exchange based in Russia. It said both had helped finance gangs that carried out ransomware attacks. IE 11 is not supported. For an optimal experience visit our site on another browser. NBC News Logo. News Opinion. Search Search. Profile My News Sign Out.
Along with the takedown in Germany, the Justice Department also announced criminal charges against Dmitry Olegovich Pavlov, a resident of Russia, for conspiracy to distribute narcotics and conspiracy to commit money laundering in connection with his operation and administration of the servers used to run Hydra. The most famous darknet takedown dates back to with Silk Road, but there have been others since, such as Alphabay in Click here to join the free and open Startup Showcase event.
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