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World Market | World Market Link | World Market Alternative Mirror DarkWeb, Marketplace, Review This World Market review has come at the perfect moment, considering how Empire Market just exit-scammed. Darknet strollers like you need a marketplace to fill the void, don’t you? And, World Market isn’t exactly a “new” marketplace. It just for some reason hadn’t had the spotlight despite being nearly a year old. If you’re searching for a new marketplace, World Market may be worth a peek. I’d just say that it’s probably the most feature-rich marketplace as far as darkweb markets go. Without beating around the bush, let’s get started.

World Market Overview

The market shares its stats publicly. As of today, it stands with 500000 registered users (excluding vendor accounts), 4000 vendors, 120000 products listed and it has been active for 2 years. So, for one, it’s not a marketplace which sprang up yesterday. Rather, it does have quite the history. Now, let’s look at the features? Wallet-less: Yes (centralized wallets available, optional) Accepts: Bitcoin, ZCash, Litecoin and Monero. Multisig transactions: Available. Vendor fee: $2500.00. Continue reading this World Market review then, you’ll get a pretty detailed idea of the marketplace.

How easy or hard is it to use World Market?

he World Market UI (user interface) is both traditional and unique. It’s traditional because of the standard “three-piece” division of its dashboard. Meaning, the UI is divided into: A top navigation bar (which displays links such as “My Account”, “Communication centre”, “Support” etc.) A left-sidebar (which offers the product-categories to choose from.) And, the rest of the screen. What’s unique is that it displays additional product-information when you hover over the thumbnails. Obviously, it’s not “rocket-science”. But, it’s something that not many darknet markets offer. This matters because then you don’t have to go to each products’ page to check its details. Just hover over a product and it’ll tell you if the vendor accepts Multisig, the accepted Cryptocurrencies, shipping source and other information. Also, notice those “expand” buttons on the product-categories? They reveal the product-subcategories for each product category. So yes, using World Market is extremely easy.

What products does World Market sell?

Before the “what”, let me answer the “how many”? World Market currently has a total listing of over 16000 products. You can find the following products on World Market: Drugs and Chemicals (13000 products) Tutorials and e-books (2000 products) Services (374 products) Carded items (500 products) Fraud (1135 products) Counterfeit items (89 products). *Note that these products numbers are true for the time of writing this World Market review. They’re very likely to change, and probably for an increase by the time you read this. There’s also a “not allowed” list for products. Despite being a darkweb market, it’s not completely void of morals and ethics. In fact, it has more concern for buyer-safety and anti-scam measures than most other darknet markets.

How can you pay on World Market?

Cryptocurrencies, obviously. But, what’s impressive is that World Market accepts as many as 4 Cryptocurrencies for payments. These are: BTC, LTC, XMR, And ZEC. Even more impressive than its currency-support is its support for wallet-less payments. So yes, no deposits mandatory. Just pay for each order separately. Did that disappoint some of you? Maybe you prefer centralized wallet-markets? Well, meet World Market, world’s first darknet market which allows both the modes. Meaning, you can also deposit funds to the centralized wallet.

What are the World Market security features?

very dark web market’s security can be divided in two sections. The first will cover the “technical” (accounts & funds) security. The second covers the “trades” so that no party scams the other. Let’s start with the account-security features? The standard 2-FA via PGP is expected. Once enabled, it’ll require users to decrypt a PGP-encrypted message everytime they login .This makes sure that even when the password is compromised, the account isn’t. It’s the only dark web market which also allows TOTPs. You can use apps like Google Authenticator, KeePassXC to receive an OTP. It’s basically a more secure form of 2-FA. During registration, it also lets users set a “Security PIN”. This is used for fund-related activities. In other words, even if you password 2-FA are compromised, your funds (if you’re using centralized wallets) wouldn’t be compromised because they’ll also require the security PIN. Also, even if a hacker changes your PIN somehow, withdrawals are still locked for 24 hours. This further makes it hard for unauthorized users to access/steal your funds. Now for the “trade-security” features. World Market allows 2of 3 multisig transactions. These are one of “the” most secure forms of transactions that Cryptocurrencies facilitate. No one party has 100% control of the funds. The funds can be spent/transferred only after 2 of the 3 parties in a transaction agree to a transfer. The involved parties in a 2 of 3 multisig transaction are World Market, the buyer and the vendor. And then, it’s one of the very few darkweb markets which provides a “letter of guarantee” for its addresses. This is a PGP-encrypted proof that the generated address for a deposit is indeed owned by World Market. The market can’t deny receiving the funds at a later time. Furthermore, the market doesn’t store order details or account details permanently.

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