Oasis Market Deepweb Marketplace Shuts Shop

Oasis Market Deepweb Marketplace Shuts Shop

Oasis Market, a darknet marketplace has shut shop in what appears to be an exit scam. Oasis Market, the deep web marketplace has gone dark! Users fear that this might be the last they are going to see of Oasis Market as many lose funds. The marketplace is said to have made away with over 150 BTCs and an undisclosed amount in Monero. The exit of Oasis Market comes at the time when it was rising up the ranks of darknet marketplaces, alongside AlphaBay, Silk Road 3, Dream Market and others. The notoriously promising marketplace was one of the few to start accepting Monero alongside Bitcoin....


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