new york - The largest internet market of the infamous darknet, AlphaBay, has been lifted due to justice in the US, Canada and Thailand. This states the US newspaper The Wall Street Journal in its own right from sources involved in the investigation. AlphaBay suddenly ceased to exist on July 4th and the cause was not known.
It is more likely that such 'black markets' for anonymous trafficking in illegal affairs together with the money deposited suddenly disappear. According to observers, AlphaBay's black market was traded for 500,000 to 700,000 euros each day.
But AlphaBay has been rolled up by the police. One of the people behind AlphaBay, the 26-year-old Canadian Alexandre Cazes, has been arrested in Thailand and has been robbed of his cell in life. He would be delivered to the US, reported The Bangkok Post. In his arrest, the police would have converted 10 million euros.