The Dark Matter Market is a nascent market that was established on July 28th, 2022, and has been steadily expanding since its inception. The platform boasts a straightforward and user-friendly interface, which, while not the most aesthetically pleasing, is not unappealing either.
Academy section - a unique feature
One intriguing aspect of the dark matter markets is the academy section, which offers courses comprising several lessons with practical tasks and detailed tutorials. Presently, this section comprises two tutorials, with the possibility of more being added in the future.
The first tutorial provides instruction on the use of PGP (Pretty Good Privacy). It includes lessons on generating PGP keypairs, encrypting and decrypting messages, signing PGP messages, verifying PGP messages, and backing up PGP keys.
The second tutorial delves into Multisig, covering the XMR Multisignature workflow, available tools, generating and finalizing MultiSig wallets, manually generating transactions, and signing and broadcasting transactions.
Upon initial registration, Dark Matter Market provides a distinctive mnemonic code to facilitate account recovery in the event of any unforeseen circumstances. It is of utmost importance that this code is securely saved, as it cannot be regenerated. The code comprises words and phrases, meticulously selected from the dictionary, rendering it exclusive to each account.
To ensure the highest level of security, all users are required to create a 6-digit PIN during the registration process.
Dark Matter Dark Web Market's two-factor authentication (2FA) feature provides an additional layer of security to ensure that only verified users can access their accounts. The 2FA system requires users to decrypt a PGP-signed message before logging in, thereby augmenting an extra layer of protection against hackers who may have access to the user's password.
The PGP key utilized by Dark Matter Darknet Market employs a unique encryption algorithm that generates a digital signature for each account, allowing only verified accounts to be accessed. This ensures that even if the password were to be exposed, no one could access the account without first decrypting the PGP-signed message displayed on the login page.