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On 9 April 2013, a single transaction of ฿69471 was made by the address (non-Tor mirror); informed 2011 opinion seemed to be that it is low-volume and stagnant, but it apparently has improved substantially and as of February 2013, has grown substantially with ~0k monthly turnover and begun to rival SR; with the fall of SR, it attracted substantially more attention, some of which extracted the site’s source code and copied its database, leading BMR to shut down temporarily in 17 October 2013.0k between March and June 2013; it had a much more appealing glossy Web-2.0 look than the SR’s relatively old design, but made some questionable choices like providing “convenient” in-browser encryption and using Litecoin rather than Bitcoin.

Atlantis shut down in September 2013, after telling DPR1 that “they shut down because of an FBI doc leaked to them detailing vulnerabilities in Tor.” The main rival to BMR was a small new site which started up in early 2013, called Sheep Marketplace (), apparently started in early 2013 as well and going public in June; little has been said about it and its security is unknown, but it reportedly stole all user bitcoins starting somewhere around 4 November 2013.

There are 2 Russian competitors, “RAMP” & “Shop of Magic Products” ( Neither Bitcoin nor the Silk Road should be understood outside their ideological and historical context: the now-obscure cypherpunk movement.

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“Traveling the Silk Road: A measurement analysis of a large anonymous online marketplace” (Christin 2013) spidered Silk Road for 8 months (2011-2012) and did something similar by recording all public prices, feedback indicating how much had been sold, and calculating a monthly turnover of .2m for annual revenue of ~m; the difference in estimates seems explained by my estimate of daily transactions being considerably too low. Gox alone “was moving approximately million per month into a number of Internet-based hidden black markets operating on the Tor network, including Silk Road” around the time of Gox seizures in May 2013, although this turnover seems too high given other monthly estimates.

Another way is to look in the blockchain for SR-related addresses or transactions; one possible address had a 23 June 2012 balance of ฿450,825 or ,885,280.

Since it is unlikely there are ~m of transactions active or sitting in wallets that day on SR when the largest previous Silk Road scammer (Tony76) - pulling out all the stops - got away with an order of magnitude less money, this is highly likely to represent Silk Road’s profits or profits plus balances & escrows; which at a commission of 5-10% implies a total Silk Road turnover of m.Interestingly, Christin 2013’s analysis concluded that Silk Road was by July 2012 receiving k monthly or .7m yearly in commissions (and twice that yearly figure is larger than that address balance - as it should be, being an upper bound).The cypherpunk movement laid the ideological roots of Bitcoin and the online drug market Silk Road; balancing previous emphasis on cryptography, I emphasize the non-cryptographic market aspects of Silk Road which is rooted in cypherpunk economic reasoning, and give a fully detailed account of how a buyer might use market information to rationally buy, and finish by discussing strengths and weaknesses of Silk Road, and what future developments are predicted by cypherpunk ideas.’s 2011 article went viral, drawing fire from the likes of US federal Senators Schumer & Manchin.It was probably the single most famous commercial enterprise using Bitcoins; some speculated that demand from SR patrons single-handedly pushed the exchange rate up by the weekend of the Estimates of SR’s size have been done several ways: most purchases entail a review at the end, and reviews are displayed on the front page, so one can monitor the front page and extrapolate to estimate average number of transactions per day or week, and from there estimate turnover and what SR’s commissions total to: eg.~100 transactions a day over 2 years and averaging ~0 is .