Nightmare Market: Payment ID for Monero Transactions Get Removed


The users of the Nightmare Market who have recently logged into the market may have noticed a far lengthy message in their list of notifications. The message is an official one from the Nightmare staff that has highlighted the changes made to the market’s Monero payment system and other overall improvements.

The Payment ID is an arbitrary and optional transaction attachment that consists of 32 bytes (64 hexadecimal characters) or 8 bytes (in the case of integrated addresses). The Payment ID is generally used to identify the transactions to the merchants and exchanges. Given the intrinsic privacy features built into Monero, where a single public address is often used for incoming transactions, the Payment ID is very useful to tie the incoming payments with the user accounts. Also, check out the deep web directories.

The message that appears on Nightmare Market itself and through the market’s XMPP notification system is as follows:

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