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Will Dream Market’s Fentanyl Ban Save Lives?

Dream market recently issued a ban on fentanyl sales and surprised many users in the process. The decision to ban fentanyl came somewhat unexpectedly. All Dream updates have taken place quietly, but many feel that banning fentanyl goes against the very nature of the Dream administration. The list of banned products has looked the same for several years. And although the decision to ban fentanyl likely emerged from a harm-reduction discussion, some users have expressed concern about a potentially harmful outcome of a ban on the sensationalized opioid.

Marketplace staff quietly introduced the ban halfway through the month of May. Not long after the introduction, Reddit users on the one remaining darknet-related subreddit debated the pros and cons of the decision. One Reddit user reminded everyone that Hansa market also banned fentanyl not even a week before Dutch law enforcement revealed that it had been running Hansa for nearly one month. While the true debates had nothing to do with Hansa, the Reddit user successfully stirred emotions.

Dream, like the majority of current darknet markets, had already forbid the sale of weapons, explosives, child abuse material, and snuff/gore/murder films. Most markets have played by similar standards. And very few have objected to those conditions. But, some users argued on Reddit that banning fentanyl will do more harm than good. The majority of the fentanyl-related overdoses covered by DeepDotWeb have involved counterfeit pharmaceuticals pressing fentanyl. To be clear, the reporting of overdoses has primarily not been from fentanyl sold or marketed as fentanyl. One user wrote, “you realize that it’s still going to pretty much be in whatever opioid you’re looking to buy, right? The only difference I can see this making is that you won’t be able to specifically buy fent.”

What prevents vendors from selling the fake oxycodone laced with fentanyl or fentanyl analogs?

Another camp agreed with the ban. One user pointed out that “fent is the #1 priority for most Law Enforcement agencies…” Will banning fentanyl help prevent law enforcement from targeting the largest darknet market?

8 comments

  1. Spencer Simpson

    Im getting the Vibe LA has taken over dream. If this was a change that took place at Hansa when they were pinched, then i bet 100% that is case here.
    Be smart, read the news on DDweb, and watch the forums.
    Dont let them win.
    Probably a smart time to code a new Dnet site

  2. The last time a market decided to ban a fent it was under controll by the dutch le. History repeats itself. Dream will shut down within 6 months of evidence gathering

  3. Seems Like Cops take over this site ..?
    Why the hell would you do this, if they get caught
    they go to prison anyway with or without fentanyl.

    This is a strange disicion

  4. Not too long ago but also rolled a discussion of a supposed code have been changed in the market itself, this has been some time and nothing happened but it is to keep an eye.

  5. This is probably to take some heat off the market, it makes sense since the feds are going after fentanyl with a raging hard-on.

  6. Albertheinstein

    Yeah right heat off the market
    thsi market is the heat !

  7. I actually reported a vendor name “Drugsquality” to the dream staff and even Deepdotweb.
    This POS is/was selling so called n°4 H “guaranteed vegetal”, bought a 1/4gram. tested positive for Fentanyl and analogues…
    These are the criminals we must ban…but a vendor selling Fent as Fent is no problem to me. Counterfeited tainted drugs make me mad.

  8. Everyone knows that china is shipping in the fent to combat our CIA whos budget is dependant on heroin. THE US FEDERAL GOVERNMENT BRINGS IN THE DRUGS and we already know they are responsivle for all past major drug epidemics. How else will they keep the private prisons at capacity? which they are contractually obligated to do. Just kidding our marines guard poppy fields to protect all those doctors without borders planes that land there and the acetic anhydride is for cleaning supplies.

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