ToRReZ Market is a well established dark-net market that has launched in February of 2020. It identifies itself as a community driven market. Meaning its development direction and future features are determined by the users. To assure the claim, the market has published a roadmap in which it shows its plans for the near future. Moreover, since ToRReZ claims to be community driven, it states that a lot has gone into making the support system as robust as possible. Since its launch early last year, the market significantly grew in popularity. At this time, torrez has over 30,000 listings.
ToRReZ Market's interface is simple and straightforward. The top bar outlines the site's main sections. These sections include account settings, support and messages. Below that lies a search box with filters. Search button below the search box brings up much more functionality and settings. Furthermore, robust sorting options also exist for search results. ToRReZ Market provides a dark-mode interface option for those who like things dim. On the left side lies the categories sidebar, which helps narrowing the scope of what you're looking for.
Account and Security
Account registration is required on ToRReZ Market. The registration process consists of providing a username and a password. A mnemonic phrase is displayed for users right after registration. mnemonic is the only way for a user to restore their password if they forget it, so it must be stored safely. Optional security settings for user accounts include PGP 2FA and TOTP (Time-Based One Time Password). We recommend the PGP option since its more secure. While PGP 2FA is optional for buyer accounts, it is mandatory for vendor accounts.
Orders and Purchases
ToRReZ Market is a wallet-less market; you only send funds when making an order. The market currently supports four cryptocurrencies: Bitcoin, Monero, Litecoin and Zcash. Multisig is available for Bitcoin and Litecoin, as well as escrow system. Zcash and Monero, only have escrow system.
Both physical goods, such as drugs, and digital goods, such as software and credit cards, are sold on ToRReZ Market.
As for vendors, there are two types of vendor accounts. The first one costs $80 but has a limit of 10 listings. The second one costs $200 and has no limit. Known vendors from other markets can create vendor accounts without paying anything.
ToRReZ Market's community-biased approach is great and interesting, and so far, the market seems to be sticking to its ethos. The market even has a voting system for the community, and is introducing new features suggested by user's. All this work seems to be paying off as torrez is now one of the most established dark-net marketplaces.