OpenBitTorrent is a bittorrent tracker free for anyone to use. You don't need to register, upload or index a torrent anywhere, all you have to do is to include the OpenBitTorrent tracker URL in your torrent.
Yes! We encourage you to use multiple trackers, this will increase your torrents accessibility. Demonii, CopperSurfer, and Leechers Paradise are another free, no strings attached, stable bittorrent set of trackers.
There are no open independent stable trackers out there, most of the trackers that can be used openly are either unstable or in some way connected to a bittorrent indexing site. We felt there was a need for a free, no strings attached, stable bittorrent tracker.
There are many reasons, the most important ones includes:
We kindly ask you not to use the OBT trackers in torrents resulting in unauthorized distribution of copyrighted files (movies, music, games and so on).
If you want to add OBT to a massive amount of torrents, you must ask us first.
Don't add OBT as the default tracker when torrents are uploaded on your site without our written consent.
No, the technology doesn't include any support for blocking info_hash keys fr om being registered with the tracker.
Just to make it clear so people sending DMCA takedown notices understand:
So what should you as a content owner do? Contact the indexing site where the torrent download originated from and ask them nicely to remove the listing and the .torrent file!
If you want to help with money to pay for bandwidth and servers, if you have programming skills, linux tcp stack optimizations skills or anything you think we may require to make this project go forward, contact us at email@example.com
(Or maybe you're even an ISP that's thinking, hey bittorrent trackers, that sounds like fun, I want to run one! A nice box (dualcore, 4gigs of ram) and a 60pack of megabits, and you could have a node, free of charge at your facility, and maybe a nice "we love you" adspot here on the site! ;) ;) )
First off wait 6 hours, if it's something big we will already have it fixed by then, if we haven't, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, and report what IP you are trying to connect from, if you can ping the server, and if you know what a traceroute is, include one in the mail.