30 Jun '13, 12am

"Charlie... wasn't able to find any weed."

"Charlie... wasn't able to find any weed."

Comments Tweet More Bitcoin burst into mainstream attention after Gawker wrote about the online drug marketplace Silk Road in 2011. Silk Road uses Bitcoin, with its decentralized, anonymity-friendly architecture, to shield its users and operators from law enforcement scrutiny. That’s important because Silk Road sellers sell all manner of illicit goods, from marijuana to cocaine to prescription painkillers. (Nick Adams/Reuters) Forbes reports that Silk Road has been so successful that new firms are entering the Bitcoin drug market. And one of them has a fun promotional video, telling the story of “Charlie,” who moved to a new city and wasn’t able to find any weed. Then, he learned about the online drug marketplace Atlantis, and “the next day Charlie is high as a damn kite.” Atlantis says it has lower fees and is more user-friendly than Silk Road. And the site has embarked o...

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