2016/09/20 10:37 AM

Reddit users get a glimpse into the lives of dark net vendors, Ethereum nodes come crashing down, and Synereo destroys nearly $150 million in cryptocurrency. Want to catch up on your latest tech and digital currency news? Read the stories below.

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A Reddit user posting questions about the daily lives of dark net vendors has gotten some interesting answers. One commenter, nicknamed “Vendurr” claims to make anywhere from $200-300K per year. He typically gets up whenever he desires, logs on, and checks the orders for the day.

Another vendor states he makes $150K a year, and the job gives him free time to pursue work as a musician.

Despite the earnings, both say they’re unable to spend on larger items (i.e. houses, cars, etc.) Doing so is a surefire way to get caught, and their living locations remain a secret. Both are also highly meticulous when packaging…

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