Hi everyone,

I just wanted to share with you two private torrent trackers accepting new users. Check out this site to register.

https://opentrackers.org/

Recently I was looking for BD disks of LOTR and other movies and finally I could get them thanks to these two trackers. Thanks to freeleech even without negatively affecting my ratio.

    • walden
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      76 months ago

      I prefer the general vibe of other trackers, but if you don’t have access to anything else it’s not bad.

    • @Blacksheep@lemmy.dbzer0.com
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      66 months ago

      Personally I think its a good general tracker. I don’t see anything wrong with having a couple different trackers just to have them for a rainy day. Just make sure to login once a month and check the rules

    • @neoA
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      26 months ago

      It’s very difficult to make ratio there.

      • @rambos@lemm.ee
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        16 months ago

        They give you points for active torrents even if you dont seed anything. If you keep your torrent client active 24/7 its quite easy imo. I have 1.7 TB upload of witch 1TB was bought with tl points

        • @neoA
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          16 months ago

          Then it’s changed since the last time I was active. Might be worth a second look now.

            • @neoA
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              16 months ago

              yeah, that’s very much different than when I was active.

          • @Zedstrian@lemmy.dbzer0.com
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            16 months ago

            The best way to build ratio on TorrentLeech regardless of one’s download or upload bandwidth is to use about 2GB of the initial 15GB given to new accounts to download 100 torrents that are at least 15MB, subsequently seeding those torrents 24/7 to maximize continuous TL point gain. After getting enough points you can use them to boost your ratio.

              • @Zedstrian@lemmy.dbzer0.com
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                16 months ago

                Without a high enough upload bandwidth (only have 5Mbps myself), even with freeleech not counting against one’s download for the ratio it’s unlikely that peers will stay connected to download seeded releases when other people with far higher upload bandwidth or seedboxes can maximize their download bandwidth. Not a problem for everyone of course, but the 100-torrent method works whether someone has an upload bandwidth of 1 Mbps or 1000Mbps.

    • nostradielOP
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      6 months ago

      Trackers with private group of people with ussually better digital stuff, better organised, with admins, who actually care about development of their community, cause they’re paid through donations, which give advantages to users like vip status or gigabytes to your ratio (download/upload), which is like a precaution to avoid poeple to just hit and run torrents, and it’s hard to get in cause you need invite from someone within or get through open day opportunity, which is never or rarely, depends on the admins of tracker.

        • Dudewitbow
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          16 months ago

          Any torrent could be a honeypot, why would it only affect private trackers.

          • @1984@lemmy.today
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            16 months ago

            Because you register. It shows intent in a very different way than just using an open tracker.

        • @CmdrShepard@lemmy.one
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          16 months ago

          Why would you make the honeypot private? Much better to cast a wide net if that’s your goal. They’re pretty much universally ‘safer’ and better quality in my experience