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Home security Dark Web: Selling drugs in exchange for Bitcoins. Now prison!

Dark Web: Selling drugs in exchange for Bitcoins. Now prison!

We know that the Dark Web is mainly used by them hackers and people who are interested in doing illegal online activities. These people use the Dark Web to avoid being caught. Not everyone spares her, though. A man from California, Tyler Reeves, was arrested and sent to prison for 10 years for selling drugs on the Dark Web. He sold drugs in exchange for Bitcoins. The news has been confirmed by the official Justice Government website.

The 10 year prison sentence for drug sale was approved by US District Judge James V. Selena. The judge also imposed a fine of 15.000 million dollars.

Dark Web

Medications such as painkillers, stimulants and tranquilizers were sold by Tyler Reeves. Methamphetamine was also sold by him under the name "Platinum45".

Reeves was included in the list of top 5 drug dealers in Dark Web. It has about 300 customers around the world.

Police issued a search warrant at Reeves's home in September and found 13 unidentified firearms and 14 silencers along with methamphetamine and oxycodone. The police also discovered one Hardware wallet safe, which is used to store cryptocurrency. Expensive things like gold and silver bars were also discovered during the investigation.


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