Ross William Ulbricht is an American PC researcher who made Silk Road which was an online bootleg market or otherwise called a darknet market.
Ulbricht went under the radar of the legitimate experts in late 2013 and was indicted for charges like illegal tax avoidance, PC hacking, and so forth, and was condemned to a twofold life sentence without any chance to appeal in May 2015.
Ross was brought into the world on March 27, 1986, to Lyn and Kirk Ulbricht in Austin, Texas, United States. He has two kin a more youthful sister and a more youthful sibling; Cally Ulbricht, Travis Ulbricht.
|Name||Ross William Ulbricht|
|Birthday||March 27, 1986|
|Parents||Lyn and Kirk Ulbricht|
|Siblings||Cally Ulbricht, Travis Ulbrich.|
|Net Worth||$28.5 Million|
|Education||University of Dallas, University of Pennsylvania|
He went to West Ridge Middle School and Westlake High School and moved on from that point in 2002. He finished his lone wolf’s from the University of Dallas on a full grant in 2006 and his lord’s from the University of Pennsylvania in 2009.
There is as of now no data about his tallness or weight estimations on the web. Ulbricht began the site Silk Road in February of 2011. He took shrouded his name and utilized Dread Pirate Robert as an assumed name to stay unknown.
To keep doubt from others his site would take the charges from its clients through BitCoin and thus he ran the activity easily for a very long time yet gradually acquired the consideration of law experts in mid-2013.
His site had made $200 Million in incomes as discovered by the FBI and Ross himself had made $28.5 Million during the hour of his capture.
He had a sweetheart Julia Vie when he was an alumni at Pennsylvania and had quite recently begun working in building Silk Road, he later moved to San Fransisco to begin the site.
Ross was captured by the FBI from Glen Park a part of the San Fransisco public library in October 2013. Ross spoke to lift his lifelong incarceration twice, once in 2016 and 2017 yet both fizzled. He is presently in the United States Penitentiary Tucson.