Valhalla Market: Categories and Product Listings

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If you’re looking for a stable market on the deep web, then you may well have heard of Valhalla Market.

One of the most popular markets, Valhalla Market was originally known as Silkkitie, and was only available in Finnish before branching out to a worldwide audience.

The market has been online for quite some time now, in operation since October of 2013.

This makes it one of the oldest deep web marketplaces still in existence – they’re coming up on four years online. Valhalla Market operates at over 98 percent uptime.

To access the Valhalla Market, you will need to use the Tor browser, as well as make sure to find the correct address for the website, to avoid phishers.

So, what can you buy on the Valhalla Market? A similar array of items to other marketplaces. Here, we go into a little bit more detail about what you can find listed.


Like most other marketplaces on the deep web, you’ll find a large array of drugs on Valhalla Market, both illegal and restricted for sale, as well as legal drugs, too. At the time of writing, there are over 11,000 drugs listed on the marketplace.

The drugs category is further divided up into sections:

  • Cannabis, which contains weed, hash, edibles, concentrates, leaf, and synthetics categories
  • Stimulants, which contains amphetamine, cocaine, A-PVP, cathinones, snuff, crack, MDPV, nicotine, 2-FMA/4-FA, and phenidates categories
  • Empathogens, which contains Ecstasy, MDMA, MDA/MDAI, and methylone categories
  • Psychedelics, which contains LSD, DMT/AMT, mushrooms, 25x-NBOMe, Ayahuasca, mescaline, 2C-x, 5MeO-DiPT, 5-Meo-MiPT, LSA/LSZ, AL-LAD, ibogaine, and Dox categories
  • Opiates, which contains heroin, buprenorphine, oxycodone, fentanyl, tramadol, codeine, morphine, opium, and metadon categories
  • Pharmacy, which contains benzos, erectile dysfunction, sleep, ADHD, pain, sedatives, muscle relaxants, MAOIs, and nootropics categories
  • Dissociatives, which contains ketamine, salvia, MXE/MXP, Datura, and nitrous oxide categories
  • Depressants, which contains the GHB/GBL category

Dividing up each section into further categories makes this market particularly easy to navigate, especially when it comes to searching for the right drugs.

Other products

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If you’re looking for a stable market on the deep web, then you may well have heard of Valhalla Market.

The other main section on Valhalla Market is “Other products.” This contains:

Body building

Here is where you can find various substances that body builders often use, such as anabolic steroids, testosterone and growth hormones, to achieve a larger, more chiseled physique.

Cannabis growing

You’ll find everything here that you need to grow your own marijuana at home, including seeds and tents.

Mushroom growing

Similar to the cannabis growing category, you can find what you need to grow your own psychedelic mushrooms here, including mushroom spores.

Production / distribution

Here you’ll find items such as scales, packing materials and lab equipment, to help with your home packing and distribution set up.


Drug related items such as stash books, needles and pipes live in this category.


Need to stock up on things to defend yourself with? In the self defensecategory, you’ll find items such as guns and ammunition, explosives, sprays and tazers.

Digital items

The largest category on Valhalla Market is not drugs – it’s digital items.

In the digital items space, you’ll find all manner of goodies. These include guides and tutorials, such as carding techniques and hacking guides, ebooks, credit card data, identity data, erotica and other digital information such as PayPal account data.


Other people may offer customized services for a price on Valhalla Market.

The services category contains money, lotteries, hacking, trafficking, special shipping, fake IDs and forged documents, for a range of underground and illegal services.


Like any other classifieds online, this category contains a number of odds and ends such as designer jeans and other clothing, which may or may not be fake or stolen, replicas, and counterfeit notes.

Valhalla Market is a good place to shop because its categories and product listings are well laid out and easy to navigate.

You can sort categories by ‘Recommended,’ ‘Most Popular,’ ‘Newly Listed,’ and ‘Lowest Price,’ as well as sorting by ‘Escrow / Multi-Sig / FE,’ ‘Escrow / Multi-Sig,’ ‘Multi-Sig Only’ and ‘Auction Only,’ and ‘Top Vendors Only’ or ‘All Vendors.’ It is for this reason, and many more, that lots of buyers and sellers choose to use Valhalla Market.

If you’d like to join a deep web marketplace, either as a buyer or seller, make sure to have a browse through Valhalla Market to see if it might be a good fit for your needs.

With buyers and sellers from all over the world, it could just be the perfect market for you.

Just always be careful with network security when browsing the deep web.

The Finnish Darknet Site Called Silkkitie


Silkkitie is one of the oldest markets on the darknet, online since 2013. Silkkitie or Valhalla boasts with world-class security for its users and offers some unique features.

When a website survives day-to-day changes on the Darknet for two or more years, it is considered a veteran, or “resilient as hell”, as the founder of Silkkitie market likes to say.

And indeed, Silkkitie market has been around since 2013 which is a great success for a dark web marketplace.

The once strictly Finnish market has taken a new name, Valhalla, as of 2015, and opened its gates to the international consumer market – catering to their needs for drugs and other ‘exotic’ products.

It has a simple design, it’s easy to use, and boasts of world-class security for its users.

It’s stable and has had little downtime since it started.

Silkkitie’s first steps

According to its admin Kapteeni, it all started due to the strict Finnish customs.

Apparently, with the increasing number of darknet shipments from other countries, the authorities became more suspicious and aware of the shady goings on in Finland.

It became difficult for Finnish users to obtain drugs.

Another reason for starting Silkkitie was “the poor state of street markets”, according to Kapteeni.

Apparently, Finnish people aren’t that inclined to have to deal with all sorts of people, and at the time there were a lot of crooks on the streets who couldn’t care less if they sold low quality drugs – and then there’s always the violence factor that accompanies these kinds of “businessmen”, as Kapteeni says.

The drugs obtained on the streets were often low quality products or something else entirely!

These are the two main reasons for Silkkitie to step in – ultimately to improve the general state of the Finnish drug scene.

Silkkitie goes international

When a website survives day-to-day changes on the Darknet for two or more years, it is considered a veteran, or “resilient as hell”, as the founder of Silkkitie market likes to say.

2015 saw the favorite Finnish market taking its new name, Valhalla, and there were several reasons for this.

First of all, it happened just after the fall of Ross Ulbricht’s Silk Road.

The admin of Silkkitie felt that the name was far too referencing of this event and of the Operation Onymous in 2014 that put a lot of other darknet markets out of business.

He was afraid that it might have a bit negative connotation.

Call it superstition if you will.

Apart from this, the admin admits that the name Silkkitie is a bit difficult to pronounce for the non-Finnish clientele, so it had to go.

Thus, Silkkitie became Valhalla – “the hall of the fallen, a reference from the Norse mythology.

It’s an interesting story really – Valhalla is a grandiose hall in Asgard, ruled over by the god Odin.

The new market, Valhalla, is open to the international public and is in English.

The admin explained his frustration at a number of markets performing exit scams and other markets being managed by incompetent admins.

He felt that it was time to introduce some basic order into the darknet drug scene.

His solution was to offer the stability of Silkkitie to the foreign crowd.

And indeed, users around the world recognized Silkkitie, now Valhalla, as a reliable marketplace and it began expanding rapidly.

Something had to be done about this in controllable growth, otherwise it would soon become unmanageable.

So, Kapteeni made Valhalla an invite-only market with a unique twist.

You can register, but only if you have obtained an invitation.

The neat twist is that its referral system, unlike the usual markets, allows you to collect invite earnings.

How else is Silkkitie different than other marketplaces?

A few things distinguish Silkkitie from all other markets apart from its longevity.

We won’t be going into full details here, but, we’ll just mention a few.

First and probably the most important thing about this market is its admin’s resolve to keep it safe and secure for its users.

That’s why there are multiple payment options available –escrow, FE, 2FA, multisig, and forced PGP.

Former Silkkitie market also has a great little option for its users – it allows auctions, similar to eBay and Amazon on the clearnet.

It also facilitates the prices to be displayed in currency of your choice, which is refreshing to see on a darknet market.

As for the market’s future plans, the priority is to keep the market up and running while maintaining its stability and security, according to the admin.

New languages are also planned, with Norwegian being the first.

In conclusion – Silkkitie is obviously here to stay (for as long as it can, at least), and is determined to evolve with technologies offering even greater security to its user base.

It’s definitely worth a look and… oh, here’s an invite URL for those of you who have read this far: http://valhallaxmn3fydu.onion/register/DpXB