German police raids on former NATO military bunkers to fight against dark-net criminal groups that rely on cryptocurrencies

On October 6th, German police raided a data processing center in the former NATO bunker, which is operating an illegal criminal gang that relies on cryptocurrency. It is reported that the German police have seized more than 41 million US dollars of funds, which are related to the sale of dark-net drugs and other illegal activities. Criminals in the raid were accused of operating these illegal markets through their data centers in the former NATO military bunkers in western Germany. Investigators said that in addition to the illegal drug portal "Cannabis Road" and "Orange Chemicals", criminals also hosted the "Wall Street Market", one of the world's largest online crime markets for the sale of drugs and hackers. tool. "These illegal platforms use cryptocurrencies to keep transactions anonymous.