Bitcoin Services

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Content Warning DISCLAIMER: Many of the services listed here are likely scams. This wiki is set up so that anyone with an internet connection can alter its contents. Always research a site thoroughly before trusting it with your currency.

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Bitcoin Services

Buy / Sell

Double Your Bitcoin Scams

So many scams, so little intelligence.

File Hosting



  • [ Clearnet link! ] - Anonymous Bitcoin Mining Pool
  • f2pool [ Clearnet link! ] - Large Bitcoin Mining Pool


  • DoubleBit - Invest in Bitcoin service that re-invests your money into dark markets and returns profits minus administrative fee. [▲ UP 2017-08-26 ]


Bitcoin Laundry Services

Verified bitcoin mixers


Verified Escrows
  • TUHW Escrow - The Uncensored Hidden Wiki Escrow (yes, this wiki). Does not discriminate between darknet and clearnet or the type of transaction.
  • Escrow My Bits [ Clearnet link! ] - Escrow my Bits offers 4 different types of escrow transactions: Regular escrow, Regular escrow with a pegged exchange rate, Multi-signature escrow, and Multi-signature pegged escrow. The site was launched on Septemeber 17th 2014. It should be safe, but do your own research first. [VERIFIED][44][45][46]
  • Strongcoin - One of the longest running escrows, since 2011. There was a successful hack in 2013, but reports are that the service is much better in the last three years. [47]
  • CoSign Coin [ Clearnet link! ] - Run by /u/wrayjutin [ Clearnet link! ] from reddit. 1% fee (3% when disputed) with no minimum. Only supports transactions between two individuals and multi-signature escrow with dispute resolution. Individual setting up escrow needs to know both party's public key. [VERIFIED][48][49]

Un-verified Escrows

Bitcoin Seeding

See Bitcoin Seeding


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  4. ↑ Owns the EuroCoke, Pharmaster Pills, and Dr. Greenthumb Crew scams, and many others
  5. ↑ Also owns scams such like EasyCoin, OnionWallet, ccPal, and USD Counterfeits
  6. ↑ 6.00 6.01 6.02 6.03 6.04 6.05 6.06 6.07 6.08 6.09 6.10 6.11 6.12 6.13 6.14 6.15 6.16 6.17 6.18 6.19 6.20 6.21 6.22 6.23 6.24 6.25 Operated by a known scammer. It will take your BTC, and never give them back.
  7. ↑ They advertise that they're selling an irreversible good/service (Bitcoin) for a completely reversible method of payment (PayPal); that is enough to state that they are quite obviously a scam. Whatever you do, do not give them your money.
  8. ↑ Same owner as Cheap Euro, Bitiply!!!, PayPal-Coin and Wall Street scams.
  9. ↑ Same owner as Cheap Euro, DOUBLE YOUR BTC, PayPal-Coin and Wall Street scams.
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  11. ↑ Uses the same html template as many other scams
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  14. ↑ Site operated by a known scammer
  15. ↑ Also owns scams such like EasyCoin, OnionWallet, ccPal, and USD Counterfeits
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  23. ↑ No mention of a mixer on, and spam comments on bitcoin forums promoting the site. Likely scam.
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  27. ↑ Scam clone of Bitcoin Fog ztrcar2.
  28. ↑ Scam clone of Bitcoin Fog ztrcar2.
  29. ↑ Scam clone of Bitcoin Fog ztrcar2.
  30. ↑ Same owner as scam clone
  31. ↑ Clone of
  32. ↑ Clone of
  33. ↑ Operator owns many other Bitcoin mixing scams (J scammer).
  34. ↑;wap2
  35. ↑ Operator owns many other Bitcoin mixing scams (J scammer).
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  38. ↑ Operator owns many other Bitcoin mixing scams (J scammer).
  39. ↑ Possibly linked to the scam.
  40. ↑ Operated by known scammer Hcaravan
  41. ↑ The office at the address does not exist, there is no United Escrow LLC with the address or city given on the website. The whois details are stolen from another business, Pure Financial LLC, and the name and phone given are faked. At least two of the badge logos displayed, are not authorised by the companies. It appears that this is a bogus escrow, operated by scammers who mostly operate gun selling scams.
  42. ↑ Scam clone of the real PayShield by Sigaint
  43. ↑ Clone of
  44. ↑ Verified by ST13 on 2015.05.02
  45. ↑;topicseen
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  48. ↑ Verified by ST13 on 2015.05.02
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  52. ↑ Operated by the same as the owner of Premium Cards and other scams.
  53. ↑ Recently created in 2017, but says 2014. Associated with a scam site
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  55. ↑ Bogus escrow operated by the owners of Templar Knights scam
  56. ↑ Bogus escrow Operated by a known scammer, also operates bogus Ultimate Escrow
  57. ↑ Scam clone of legitimate site
  58. ↑ Bogus Escrow operated by known scammer Zed33, who also owns Z33 Shop.

Dead Hidden Services

Do not simply remove services that appear to be offline from the above list! Services can go down temporarily, so we keep track of when they do and maintain a list of dead hidden services.

  • In addition to an onion simply being gone (Tor cannot resolve the onion), sites that display 404 (and use a known onion/URL based hosting service) are the only other thing that is considered truly DOWN. Presumably the account is gone.
  1. If a service has been down for a while, tag it with Template:Down using {{Down|YYYY-MM-DD}} (your guess as to when it went down).
  2. If a tagged service on the above list of live hidden services has come back up, remove the DOWN tag.
  3. If a tagged service is still down after a month, please move it (along with the DOWN tag) to the list of dead hidden services.
  • The general idea of the remaining four service states below is that, if the Hidden Service Descriptor is available, and something is responding behind it... the service is considered up, and we track that fact on the Main Page. If any of these subsequently go offline, append the DOWN tag and handle as above.
  1. Hello world's / statements, minimal sites, services with low user activity, etc (while boring)... are listed as usual.
  2. Broken services are those that display 404 (and do not use a known hosting service), PHP or other errors (or they fail silently)... any of which prevent the use of the service as intended. They also include blank pages, empty dirs and neglected status notes. Presumably the operator is in limbo. Broken services are tagged with {{Down|YYYY-MM-DD|reason}} (your guess as to when it went broken)
  3. Services that automatically redirect to another service (such as by HTTP protocol or script), have their redirection destinations noted in their descriptions. These are tagged with {{Down|YYYY-MM-DD|Redir to site}} (your guess as to when it went redir)
  4. Sites that are formally closed via announcement are tagged with {{Down|YYYY-MM-DD|Closed}} (your guess as to when it went closed)

Dead Hidden Services

See subpage Dead Hidden Services

Last complete Dead Service check was 2017-08-26 by --LinkChecker (talk)