The ‘dark markets’ are the internet’s version of the black market. Their users consider them to be a pure form of the free market, in which there is no limitation on what can be bought and sold other than the self-regulation imposed by market operators and shoppers themselves.
These dark markets exist within privacy networks such as TOR and I2P. This means that their owners and users can remain anonymous, and the markets themselves are hidden from ordinary internet users and search engines like Google.
If you would like to learn more about these enigmatic marketplaces and educate yourself on how they work and how they can be accessed and used safely then please take a look at the tutorial articles and guides that you will see below.