How Silk Road and the Silk Road Case Created the Silkroad 2.0
Posted On July 20, 2021
Kitaro Silk Road, one of the largest Silk Road 2.2-marketplaces, has been shut down.
The site was shut down due to a “network issue” that caused it to become unusable for the first time.
According to the Bitcoin.com website, “This has been a difficult day for Kitaro.”
The Silk Road was a decentralized marketplace that operated for about a year in December 2013.
It became popular when its founder, Ross Ulbricht, was arrested in August 2015 for allegedly running the site.
The Silkroad was the largest Bitcoin marketplace and the largest site of its kind to be shut down, but it is not the only site that has been affected by the shutdown.
Bitcoin.com reported that the SilkRoad2.0 site has been inaccessible since Friday, and the same thing happened to several other sites on the Bitcoin network.
Users are reported to be unable to access the SilkRights.com marketplace, SilkRoad1.com, SilkRoots.com and SilkRoadHub.com.
The website also stopped working on Wednesday.
Bitcoin.co.il reported that Silk Road2.2 is down for maintenance and that users are unable to buy or sell Bitcoin.
The website reported that some users have had difficulty logging in.
Bitcoin is a digital currency that was launched in 2009.
It is used to buy and sell goods and services online.
Silk Road is the largest and most popular of the Bitcoin 2.x markets.
The Bitcoin.org website reported the site’s servers have been “blacklisted” due to “malicious activities.”
Bitcoin.co and the Bitcoin Foundation have not commented on the shutdown or any of the reports of network issues.