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February 12, 2017, 07:21:40 AM
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My topic was deleted.

I don't know why.

title" anyone know the link to silk road"
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February 12, 2017, 08:52:21 AM
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Its not reddit.

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February 12, 2017, 09:45:46 AM
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Your topic might have been deleted because your English is quite difficult to read and understand. The silk road is known as an illegal black market, so it is probably not in the best interests of this forum to be sharing information about it and attracting law enforcement. Type it into google if you want an answer on how to get there.

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February 12, 2017, 11:20:34 AM
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1 - The bitcoin forum and it's moderators most likely don't want any outright illicit deals going on or the facilitation of these trades, and someone guiding you around will definitely attract the wrong kind of attention.

2 - Not really related to bitcoin.



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February 12, 2017, 11:26:34 AM
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In addition to what people said. If you had just searched "the link to silk road" on Google, you'd find it as well as steps to take to access it.
You don't have to make a thread on a Bitcoin forum to find a digital drug store, it isn't something secret.
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February 12, 2017, 12:02:26 PM
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1 - The bitcoin forum and it's moderators most likely don't want any outright illicit deals going on or the facilitation of these trades, and someone guiding you around will definitely attract the wrong kind of attention.

2 - Not really related to bitcoin.
I dont think it was deleted for this reason as asking about silk road may not necessarily mean op up to something illegal.He might have asked it for information purpose.
Even if it wasn't related to bitcoin, it could have been moved to off topic instead of getting deleted.
Only the staff who deleted it can tell you why it was deleted?

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February 12, 2017, 04:05:55 PM
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bitcointalk = bitcointalk = no drug market  Grin

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February 12, 2017, 05:14:34 PM
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Wouldnt say so, hence no one cares about illegal stuf in the Digital Goods, so why should someone care about this.

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February 13, 2017, 12:53:41 AM
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Wouldnt say so, hence no one cares about illegal stuf in the Digital Goods, so why should someone care about this.

That is not strictly true. Times are changing.  Smiley

You are only allowed to sell accounts/invites that you legally obtained yourself or through legitimate trades. If you did anything illegal in order to obtain an item, then you can't trade it on bitcointalk.org. Anyone found breaking this rule will be banned.
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February 17, 2017, 01:33:02 AM
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Wouldnt say so, hence no one cares about illegal stuf in the Digital Goods, so why should someone care about this.

That is not strictly true. Times are changing.  Smiley

You are only allowed to sell accounts/invites that you legally obtained yourself or through legitimate trades. If you did anything illegal in order to obtain an item, then you can't trade it on bitcointalk.org. Anyone found breaking this rule will be banned.

Would need to check but last time i checked ppl were still selling accs for less than netflix does

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February 17, 2017, 02:25:19 AM
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Its not that you can't discuss the silk road here, but theres a big difference between having a discussion about the Silk Road and looking for help accessing it. While not always true, its pretty much implied that if you are looking for it, you are looking for something illegal. On the other hand, people here discuss the Silk Road's effects on Bitcoin's economy, the impression that people get of Bitcoin as a result of the Silk Road's popularity, etc. That isn't an issue.

That said, last I heard the silk road got shut down a few times, so the thread may have been deleted as spam.





Wouldnt say so, hence no one cares about illegal stuf in the Digital Goods, so why should someone care about this.

I don't really want to take this thread off topic, so if you want to discuss this further, make a new topic about it, but we are aware of the nonsense that goes on in the digital good section, but its a really difficult topic. The topics that are blatantly illegal are deleted, however its somewhat difficult to prove what is and isn't illegal unless the OP says something that they shouldn't have. People can farm accounts for things to sell. They can do credit card rewards schemes or social engineer store credit to sell, and it looks identical to the people that are doing something illegal and offering the same service.

If we want to wipe out all of the scammers and fraudsters, we are also going to catch the people that spend their time making accounts and taking advantage of free trials/rebates/etc to sell to people who don't have the time or knowhow to get them themselves. Its not that we won't crack down or place new restrictions, but we typically look for a solution that stops the majority of the bad eggs while not impacting the regular members too much. It takes a lot of time to figure out a new plan and we end up spinning our wheels for a while looking for a solution that maximizes the good and minimizes the bad.
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February 22, 2017, 10:51:08 AM
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If you straight out ask for a link to an illegal website then this  would not be accepted by many forums and your post would most likely be deleted. This is not a place to get help for illegal activities.
As an alternative you could always ask for a link to a clearnet information site for darknet websites in general, people can then link you to sites like reddit and deepdotweb, from there you should find what you need.

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