Forums are avenues to discuss and swap experiences based on prevailing situations. They are necessary for the welfare of any community and this includes users of darknet markets.
So far, there are several popular forums used by darknet users for discussion. Some of the panels are created by the markets; others have been created by third parties whose sole interest is to improve the community. This is the function of Dread, a new dark web-based communication platform.
And recently, a new forum platform dubbed DeepWeb Network has been established to serve Dream Market users. The admins are clear that the site is not affiliated with the market itself.
It was built because Dream Market is currently the top darknet market today, and it is essential for market users to be aware of the happenings in their community.
Most posts are related to Dream Market in some way; others reflect general news concerning the dark web.
DeepWeb Network has attracted the attention of Dream Market admins, to the extent that the marketplace has publicly linked to it.
A message from a market admin named “Team Speedsteppers” encourages members to feel free to navigate to the site if the link to the official Dream Market forum cannot be accessed.
How DeepWeb Network Works
For those intending to use the forum, they can do so without having to register as a member. However, for exclusive access and to get alerts based on an individual’s preferences, a sign-up is required.
DeepWeb Network has several categories which can also be referred as sub-forums. Among them are announcements, general discussion, news and happenings, plus tutorials and guides. Depending on an individual’s interests, they can browse through the categories for useful discussions.
It’s worth noting that users should take into consideration specific factors before opening an account and among them is the username. When dealing with goods that can be illegal or legal on darknet sites, it is always advisable to use a pseudonym that does not resemble the user’s actual name.
DeepWeb Network Rules
For any given platform, there must be some guiding principles that govern how persons use a specific site, and this is same with DeepWeb Network.
Among the most common rules for those seeking to use the forum is that they should avoid publicizing too much personal details, no seeking direct clients, they should do adequate research, no blackmailing and doxxing, and last but not least, no selling accounts.