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Silk Road 2.0 statement promises ‘a brand new era for hidden services’

08
Nov
2013

A new statement claiming to be from the founder of Silk Road 2.0 arrived on both Silk Road forums and Pastebin today, detailing the new Tor-powered security procedures that owners say will keep users entirely anonymous. Never forget that they can only ever seize assets – they can never arrest our spirit. The statement also encourages old suppliers and customers to reconnect on the relaunched site, saying the new procedures include emergency strategies to ensure that, in the event of Silk Road’s demise once more, no member will lose their coins.

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