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Freelancing for bitcoins via onionland?

I heard you can freelance for bitcoin via a tor hidden service and I was wondering if anyone knew more information about this.
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How to browse the Deepweb (aka Tor)

Over the course of the past few years, I have heard a lot about the so-called "Deepweb". I've always been curious about it, but never taken the time to understand it until recently. Now that I've taken the plunge, I wish I had earlier. It's easy to get started, and it truly is a unique and intriguing place. I'll outline the steps to get started:
Download the Tor Browser Bundle. This package contains everything you need to run Tor on your machine.
At this point, Tor will start running and a browser called Aurora will open up. This is just a standalone copy of Firefox which is pre-configured to work correctly with Tor. You must do all of your Deepweb browsing from this browser. If you are accessing the internet from a country that limits your internet access, you will notice that you now have access to the entire internet. You will also be browsing the internet in a true anonymous fashion - the onion routing capability of Tor will protect your ip address from servers and snoopers. So, feel free to just browse the regular internet anonymously - however that is just scratching the surface of the Deepweb. There is a lot more out there on "Hidden Web Sites".
A Hidden Web Site is any site that has a domain name that ends in ".onion". These sites are different than regular websites, because not only is your ip address hidden from them, but their ip address is also hidden from you. This gives these sites leverage to host more freely - without fear that a repressive authority will find their servers and shut them down.
Because there is no central registrar, there is no single repository of all .onion sites. Many of them you just have to hear about through direct communication with other Tor users. However, there are a few great places to start (Open these links from the Tor browser):
Many people compare the Deepweb to the internet before AOL. It is much less populated - but the population is generally more technically savvy. You also have to watch out for scams and fraud - there is no regulation - so keep your wits about you.
Have fun!
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New to this...where can i buy bitcoins?

Hey..i just started accessing the deeper parts of the internet and would like to know where i could safely buy bitcoins
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Need Some Help! (x-post from /r/deepweb

Ok, I have a huge report to do for my Contemporary Issues class, and my topic is the deep web. It is an all-encompassing portfolio for which I must present for around 40 minutes. I am planning on covering the basics of the deep web, as in how it works and what it does. Then I will discuss pros such as freedom of speech, identity protection, and usefulness for communication in countries with opressive governments (Iran, Syria). Then, I will discuss the cons, such as the black markets and criminal activity. I will then move to bitcoin's role in the black markets and how bitcoin works, then finally to recent news regarding what I discuss. I was hoping you all could give me some more ideas for pros and cons of the deep web in addition to what I have. Please keep in mind that it must be fairly unbiased. Thank you!
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PSA: Do not use TorShops, EuCanna, Peoples Drug Store or EasyCoin wallet.

Figured I should lay some good ol' Tor justice smackdown on whoever this is. If you don't want to get into the juicy details just read the title and store it in your brain for future reference. This entire thing really fucking rustled my jimmies and I'm going to get it out there.
Earlier I received an e-mail from someone frantically encouraging me to take down TorShops off the Cleaned Hidden Wiki. They alleged that the vendor stole $500 from them and that he'd actually faked a ton of feedback across various sites and even came up with elaborate forums/communities as a part of the operation. I get these e-mails once a week - occasionally from a legit scam, occasionally from a competing vendor trying to tarnish another vendor's reputation. The entire thing seemed really far-fetched and complex and didn't scream "scam" by any measures to me. That's usually the most dangerous kind of scam though; the one that looks like it could easily pass as any legitimate marketplace and doesn't cause a second glance.
However, I decided to investigate. I remember this vendor sending me an e-mail a while back, so I cracked open TrueCrypt, searched around a bit for archived e-mails (I occasionally keep them when someone asks me to add something to CHW - can become useful in events like these), and finally found it. He'd asked me to add 3 different links to CHW - EuCanna, EasyCoin, and the actual TorShops site. This maybe should've sent alarm bells ringing (this wide of a variety of products is rare unless you have a whole team working on it). I thought nothing of it, the sites looked pretty fancied up and it likely took effort to build them so I didn't worry about it too much.
Fast forward a bit, I see TorShops advertising on reddit. Not odd at all, some reasonable site operators advertise here when they want to get the word out about a service.
Fast forward to today. I check out EasyCoin. I notice the banner at the top of the page - it advertises the clearnet URL and .onion URL. I check out the clearnet site.
This is what sent me for a loop. The banner at the top didn't include any .onion address. In fact, I found no sign of an .onion counterpart at all on the entire site. This happens with scams all the time. I remember a Bitcoin laundry that blatantly ripped off part of Fog's descriptions and a clearnet site's interface.
The reason why I included Peoples Drug Store. This thread. Site located at this URL.
All of these drug sites include escrow. The escrow is provided by the drug sites. All of these sites appear custom-made except for EasyCoin (which is where this scam artist dun fuck'd up).
Moral of the story: Trust NO ONE in Onionland. Never go by appearances alone. Use a guaranteed third party escrow that isn't affiliated with the vendor. Make reviews regarding vendors in Evil|Wiki's Reviews page. Always warn others if you come across a scam.
Good luck out there, it can be a dangerous place.
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A guide to the Deepweb (aka Tor)

Over the course of the past few years, I have heard a lot about the so-called "Deepweb". I've always been curious about it, but never taken the time to understand it until recently. Now that I've taken the plunge, I wish I had earlier. It's easy to get started, and it truly is a unique and intriguing place. I'll outline the steps to get started:
Download the Tor Browser Bundle. This package contains everything you need to run Tor on your machine.
At this point, Tor will start running and a browser called Aurora will open up. This is just a standalone copy of Firefox which is pre-configured to work correctly with Tor. You must do all of your Deepweb browsing from this browser. If you are accessing the internet from a country that limits your internet access, you will notice that you now have access to the entire internet. You will also be browsing the internet in a true anonymous fashion - the onion routing capability of Tor will protect your ip address from servers and snoopers. So, feel free to just browse the regular internet anonymously - however that is just scratching the surface of the Deepweb. There is a lot more out there on "Hidden Web Sites".
A Hidden Web Site is any site that has a domain name that ends in ".onion". These sites are different than regular websites, because not only is your ip address hidden from them, but their ip address is also hidden from you. This gives these sites leverage to host more freely - without fear that a repressive authority will find their servers and shut them down.
Because there is no central registrar, there is no single repository of all .onion sites. Many of them you just have to hear about through direct communication with other Tor users. However, there are a few great places to start (Open these links from the Tor browser):
Many people compare the Deepweb to the internet before AOL. It is much less populated - but the population is generally more technically savvy. You also have to watch out for scams and fraud - there is no regulation - so keep your wits about you.
Have fun!
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I'd like to bounce an idea off the /r/usenet user base. Please give your opinions and reasoning behind them. Thanks!

I just received an email notificaiton from nzb-matrix.eu that they were putting tail between their legs and hightailing it out of town.
To be honest, I'm not moved one way or the other. I don't remember using them, apparently I signed up for an account once upon a time. Probably when the original did the same thing.
Those were the "good old days" weren't they? I remember how easy things were once when downloading my daily dose of television episodes and the odd movie, I recall the "good old days" of NZBMatrix.
Here was a site which had user content. Not only that it was popular with good moderation. It actually had much more social interaction than many of the bulletin boards I frequent. Hell, even a lot of subreddits. Anyway I digress.
NZBMatrix died because it was too popular. It was it's own undoing. The problem is without its popularity, sure it wouldn't be in so much danger, but it wouldn't have been anywhere near as good. I have no idea if they also ran a bot or crawler that polled the groups for content, but if they didn't, the content just wouldn't have been there.
Many think that the answer is to recess back into the golden oldie days of usenet obscurity. And while that might make usenet eek out many more years as a viable sharing medium, this doesn't serve the community in the best way.
My proposal is something along the following lines and I would like opinions on pros and cons of such an idea. Thank you for your candor and honest opinions.
Why this might work:
Some obstacles that I've noted:
I'm quite sure there's something I'm forgetting that makes this whole thing a no go from the start. Please give me your thoughts!
Again, thanks for your time in tl;dr: please review my ideas for hosting an NZBMatrix style site with user submitted NZB's in onionland.
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[SitesThatWeNeedInOnionland] Another image hosting site.

If you don't already know, OIU was hacked because someone felt it was their personal responsibility to rid Onionland of another image host. ImgZapr, hosted by Mixie, is down until further notice (due to Mixie being no longer involved with Tor). QicPic is the only image hosting site still available, and it's based on Freedom Hosting. Should FH ever go down, we're SOL.
Anyone up for the task? I'll utilize it regardless of ToS. First person to make the service and comment the URL in the comments with a Bitcoin address attached gets .75 BTC. Extra note: Must stay online!
Cheers.
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Free-Market Health Insurance needed on Tor

I don't buy corporate insurance. I'd really like to have some sort of health insurance but I want it to be strictly agorist. The only way I could see a business like this existing is in onionland, using Bitcoin.
I'd be happy to get a physical, list pre-existing conditions, even submit my name, D.O.B. etc. I don't really see this as being dangerous for customers as much as the business which would be, of course, completely unregulated, and global.
I have to believe that true insurance would be much cheaper and more accessible than the pseudo-welfare corporate-statist insurance model we're stuck with now.
Also, I'm sure there's good money in it, so if you have the skills, please build. Thank you.
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