Helix is the definitive darknet bitcoin cleaner. Grams’ helix doesn’t just clean your bitcoins it gives you brand new ones which have never been to the darknet before. The helix system is more than a bitcoin tumbler, it is privacy and security wrapped in one.
How to use?
Helix is easy to use since it is integrated in to your normal Grams’ account. Load bitcoins in to your account as you normally do. You will find a Helix withdraw form on your account bitcoin page. Once you put in the amount you wish to withdraw and the address to send to the system with start the process and use the coins already in your Grams’ account.
-Fee is 3%
-Minimum withdrawal is .02 BTC
-Maximum withdrawal is 1 BTC (for now)
-Time 3-4 hours
There is a .01 btc entry fee to create a Grams’ account (which is applied towards your balance). So if you don’t have a Gram’s account and are creating one to use helix. You can load your account after your entry fee clears 3 confirmations, or when sending the entry-fee send more than .02 btc and it will all be applied to your Grams’ balance.
You can set a delay (and it is recommended).
Once the delay is over the helix process will take less than 4 hours.
If there is enough reserve built up you will be paid from the already cleaned coins and the process will be much faster.
Helix has it’s own server not connected to Grams. The several bitcoin clients it uses are on a completely separate server from Helix and Grams. Even if Grams was under attack or compromised it would not affect the Helix system.
All logs are deleted after 7 days, but you can deleted the logs off the server manually after the helix withdraw is complete. Once all transactions have been sent for a helix withdraw you will receive an encrypted message on Grams with the transactions hashes as a receipt of payment. The message will auto-delete after it has been read. The bitcoin clients are also switched out regularly.
Grams is built upon trust and brings that trust to Helix.
Every night half of all the profits made for that day will be deposited into a btc address which is a paper address, I have the only copy of the private key and it has never seen the internet. Grams will keep depositing in to it until it reaches an amount equal to or greater than the average daily volume of Helix. This is to insure your money. In the highly unlikely case the severs got hacked or compromised Grams could use this reserve to pay back anyone who had their money stolen or lost. After a week or so of build up I will post the public address so all users to verify that money is getting deposited every night (and no withdraws are made).
DarkNetMarkets Search Engine
This privacy-minded search engine is a development the dark net community was anticipating for a long time. Grams is a service that offers a way to search for products across different dark net marketplaces. They are currently indexing products from markets, more will be added soon. The service is currently in Alpha release, as noted by Grams’ administrator: “Grams is in alpha mode, meaning we are just getting started. We would love your input on features to add or take away. Please don’t be too harsh this is not a finished product.”
Which markets do Grams search?
Right now we are searching Agora, Pandora, and Silk Road 2… but it only took us a week to get these integrated in to the site. We will be adding more in the coming weeks
How does it search?
We are working now to evolve our algorithm. As of now it just searches by keywords in title and descriptions. We are planning to add a lot more very soon. See the next question
Why don’t you make it do this?
We are working on many new features. We will be adding a lot of other information in to the search algorithm. There will be a scoring system based on keywords, number of transaction, good reviews, and number of click from our site. Based on all that we hope to return the best results possible. Later down the line we will be adding a sort feature to sort by price, country, and market.
How often do you index the markets?
We search for new listings once a day. We update current listings every 3 days
This page provides a short introduction and insight about DeepDotWeb.
Some of you may already know a lot about our website, but most of you probably don’t. Here are some things you should know about DeepDotWeb:
We are a team that gathers information and educates the public on everything related to the dark net.
Not all of us are native English speakers, so we apologize for any spelling or grammatical errors in our posts and articles.
This site is a hobby of ours, our main business lies in internet assets.
We established DeepDotWeb in the wake of our friend being arrested by local authorities, for buying drugs from the original Silk Road marketplace. Our aim is make information about dark net markets accessible to everyone, as well as making the dark net safer by reporting on security risks, scams and operations conducted by law enforcement. By providing accurate and reliable information, we are able to accumulate a huge readership, reaching hundreds of thousands of unique visitors within the first 2 or 3 months of this site’s existence. Our success is the best possible and perfectly legal revenge we could have against the people who busted our friend.
We have extensive knowledge and experience with the different dark net communities we gather our information from. For example, we knew about the first Silk Road for almost 2 years before it was shut down.
We do not favour one market over another, the only thing we care about is what happens on in the various markets—the conduct of the buyers, sellers, administrators, moderators, and anyone else on every market. We strive to always maintain honest and accurate information; we do not wish to harm our readers by directing them to scam sites or by giving them false information.
We have helped journalists before and will happily do so again. So, if you think we can help with anything, do not hesitate to contact us. We will NEVER request money or lay out any conditions for our help. We provide our services for free and will continue to for as long as we are able. We are happy to publish work from journalists or anyone else that visits our site (for example, the Raoul Duke article we published for Christmas and a few tutorials written by people who gave us approval to publish their work). Additionally, we incentivize writers by paying for interesting content that our readers will be interested in.
We do not make money from this project! Yes, we do have some ads on the site to help pay for hosting costs and programming work. However, the time, effort, and money we put into this site costs us significantly more than we earn from the site. Not that this bothers us though, we do this because we enjoy it!
Our most popular page on the site is a list of hidden marketplaces.
Please note that we will NEVER take any money to add, remove, or change the status of the sites on the list—every site gets the status it deserves.
Thank you for visiting our site, we hope to continue providing reliable information about the dark net markets for the foreseeable future.
TorLinks is a moderated replacement for The Hidden Wiki, and serves as a link or url list of Tor hidden services.
Feel free to copy this deep web link list directory to your website to make others aware of the darknet.
We regulary update the tor onion sites on this site.
DuckDuckGo is a general purpose search engine that is intended to be your starting place when searching the Internet. Use it to get way more instant answers, way less spam and real privacy, which we believe adds up to a much better overall search experience. See our about page for more information.
TORCH: Tor Search is a very efficient crawler and search engine which is 24 hour indexing new contents from the TOR network. It serves over 80,000 search requests every day from TOR users looking for content in TOR network and it is referred by hundreds of sites within TOR and also on the clear web.