The FBI has seized DeepDotWeb, a comparison search system and news site about dark web markets, accusing the administrators for money laundering.
Law Enforcement Agencies in five countries arrested the administrators of DDW – including two Israelis and moderators in Germany, France, and the Netherlands – and took down the .com and .onion sites, replacing them with notices of seizure.
How they earn?
Every purchase made via DeepDotWeb referral links (or with the referral codes) earned the website admin(s) a percentage of the sale. This was usually goes between 2% and 4%.
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