Torrent Search - Search all Torrent Engines from one SiteTorrent Search Engine - TorrentR.euseedpeer The worlds greatest bittorrent siteSoft PediaTorrent Butler, Serving Movie Torrents With ClassIt isn't often that a new torrent site comes along and actually manages to impress, but Torrent Butler is certainly one worthy of note. The site offers a wide range of movies, presented in a way that's quite refreshing and unique. Born out of frustration with "authorized" movie download sites, Torrent Butler may both frighten and inspire the MPAA's major movie studios. Torrent Butler is one of those sites that is better explained by visiting, rating than describing it. The idea is simple yet innovative, a combination that’s often the key to success. Torrent Butler Fascinated by the project that officially launched this week, TorrentFreak got in touch with the brains behind the site to find out what inspired him to develop it. Being a movie fan nowadays is not easy though, especially outside of the US where most new films are simply unavailable online. “So at some point you’ve just seen them all, or all the good ones for that matter. “With torrents the search experience is pretty bad.
BTDigg, The First ‘Trackerless’ Torrent Search EngineThe Internet is filled with thousands of BitTorrent sites which all search through databases containing millions of torrent files. Today these sites are joined by a new one - BTDigg. However, unlike more traditional torrent search engines, BTDigg searches through files that are found on BitTorrent's DHT network, which is rather unique. According to the site's founders this is a much needed step to further decentralize BitTorrent. To fully grasp the novelty of the newly launched DHT search engine BTDigg, one needs to have some basic knowledge of how regular BitTorrent search engines work. In short, all search engines search through a database of .torrent files, either uploaded by users of their own site, or pulled from other places on the web. BTDigg does things differently. DHT enables so-called “trackerless torrents”, a feature supported by all major BitTorrent clients. This was also one of the main reasons why BTDigg was launched, the site’s founder told us.