Revealing Torrent Sites With Fastest ReleasesAdded: Tuesday, November 16th, 2010
Category: Bit Torrent Freedom > The Right To Share
Tags:ET, p2p, Torrent, Piracy, Peer To Peer, Network, Hackers, Internet, BitTorrent, Google, utorrent, bitcomet, extratorrent, 2010, www.extrattorrent.com
If you belong to the community of the BitTorrent veterans, you most probably can boast your own tested methods to find out when the websites get the latest releases and where you need to go to get them the fastest. Bit if you don’t, the only way for you to do so is to use a rather nifty web interface to receive all the information waiting at your fingertips. Although this method may cause some complaints, it’s actually just another natural development in nowadays more public and widespread file-sharing community.
There exists a widespread opinion that private BitTorrent tracker sites are in some way super-secretly hidden, so that men of mould can’t know about them. Well, this idea has already died out at it could only be true somewhere in the other, perfect world, but it’s 2010 today, which means that the time of staying under the radar is undoubtedly gone.
All you need to do to be convinced in it is to look around the most prominent torrent invite communities. It’s easy to realize that the online life is quite simple – if you have a link and invite others to your torrent website, the word would spread along with the files being shared on your tracker. That’s why neither Hollywood and pro-copyright outfits, nor site owners are able to stop this free flow of information.
Earlier, the ability to receive the most recent releases first after they’ve been released online was the major bragging rights site staff. In fact, it made the community’s members use this ability to prove that their community is much better (and faster) than their rivals. But the times changed and this rivalry can now be easily tested in the service called Torrent Race (TRACE). Although the service has only been running for a few months thus far, everyone is now able to discover the results of torrent races without having to use IRC channels, thus making them even more public than they had been before.
The service is user-friendly. You will only need to enter a title into the search field, and it will show you the results of releases with a time and date of first hitting the Internet.
Actually, the service can be considered as the best way so far employed by the trackers to attract more users and thus boost its diminishing user bases, instead of continuing inviting them. All they need to appear at the top is to possess the top releases in the first place and prove this by providing consistent TRACE results.
Thanks to TorrentFreak for providing the source of the article
November 16th, 2010Posted by:
Tuesday, November 16th, 2010
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