He’s on the road to the big house. A jury took three hours to convict Ross Ulbricht on all seven counts related to the operation of the black market bazaar that sold heroin, cocaine, LSD and other drugs through the Internet. Portrayed as a digital kingpin who earned more than $18 million in bitcoin from the illicit trade, Ulbricht, 30, faces life behind bars. But drug marketplaces such as Agora and Evolution continue to thrive on the so-called darknet. The Feds may have only busted the low-hanging fruit.