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    Logo Tracker Name BaconBits Tracker abbreviation for bB Tracker language English Tracker type General Tracker URL https://baconbits.org/index.php Signup CLOSED Only Invite Invite Donate Not Rate system Ratio Based / Easy Bans Countries Not Birthday N/A Tracker Description BaconBits is a great general tracker,has great contents of movies,tv,music,etc.. It is easy to keep ratio up there,all large uploads are freeleech. speed is very good. Tracker IRC and forum are very active there. its based on the community of reddit and he recurit from there great and fun tracker. you should check it out! Login Home Katehory Torrents Torrents Profil Request Upload Forums Top 10 Bonus System Staff User Clases Rules FAQ Stats Tracker IRC: irc.baconbits.org #baconbits Tracker Ratings Pretimes: 10/10 Speed: 9/10 Content: 9/10 Community: 9/10 Over all: 9/10
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    Logo Tracker Name bt.ourdisc.net Tracker abbreviation for ODC Tracker language Chinese Tracker type HD Tracker URL http://bt.ourdisc.net Signup CLOSED Only Invite Invite Donate No Rate system Ratio Based / Easy Bans Countries Not Birthday N/A Tracker Description ourdisc.net is a Chinese private tracker for HD movies. Like other Chinese trackers. Also you can find external encodes like M-Team, iFT and BAKED in this tracker. Many of movies are freeleech and many are 50% and 30% off. Sometimes they have global freeleech. Speed is good. They have bonus system. There are many ways to get bonus points like: seeding torrent, uploading new torrent, starting a topic, voting poll, saying thanks and etc. Maintaining ratio with bonus system is easy. Login Home Kategory Torrents Torrents Profil Request Forums Top 10 Bonus System Staff User Clases / PU Rules FAQ Statictics Tracker Ratings Pretimes: 10/10 Speed: 9/10 Content: 9/10 Community: 9/10 Over all: 10/10
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    In the third installment of a three-part series, Mark Mayne examines blockchain’s relationship with the media and entertainment industry. The media industry has taken a variety of approaches to blockchain, some of which can genuinely be said to be game-changing. As we laid out here, blockchain provides a decentralised ledger system, which can enable open, transparent tracking of transactions. Given this central premise, rights management for music, video or indeed written content was always going to be of considerable interest. The next step on from tracking and managing usage of content - that essential element of the content producers getting paid for it - has also had blockchain applied to it. Development phase Perhaps as a result of the blockchain hype cycle in finance and tech markets, the media sector has been able to benefit from the lessons and research, and in many ways bring more mature products to the market. However, the blockchain media market is very much in the development phase. Deloitte Corporate Venturing and Blockchain Lead Alexander Shelkovnikov said: “There have been quite a few developments recently, with some very interesting platform launches, and lots of startups addressing this space. ”The whole blockchain space is at the beginning of the journey, however. We are still early in the journey of transforming the industry completely, but there have been significant moves of late. “If we think of the internet, that development process has taken a few decades to get to where we are at now, and we still have bottlenecks that we complain about. We are effectively building another layer on top of the internet - the decentralised blockchain layer - and it is going to take some time for this to mature and be customer friendly, usable and scalable.” Broadly in the industry there has been a lot of activity around royalty management, content management, with quite a few platforms trying to create decentralised blogging platforms to compete with centralised ones. This is interesting as it brings the power back to the content creators. The decentralised structure works in terms of bringing power back to content creators, and addresses the issue of rewarding better content.” An example of this in action is Steem, where content producers - mainly bloggers in this case - are rewarded in ‘Steem Dollars’ for popular posts. Readers vote for posts, in a similar manner to Reddit, or a Facebook ‘like’. Meanwhile, New York-based Civil is working to encode elements of the modern newsroom into smart contracts on the Ethereum blockchain, aiming to write the functions of various departments, including circulation, subscriptions, ad sales and marketing, into the self-executing code. This would theoretically cut overheads significantly in a newsroom environment. Civil is planning an Initial Coin Offering (ICO) later this year. One element of Ethereum that has recently received hype levels of attention is the ICO, or Initial Coin Offering. By building an application or smart contract on top of the Ethereum blockchain, anyone can create their own ‘currency’, and most importantly make an initial offering of that currency, not unlike a traditional share-based IPO, but with the difference that there is little or no oversight - a double edged sword for the unwary investor. In spite of that challenge, investments have been garnering significant interest, even spawning a bespoke investor publication, ICO Crowd.com. It is clear the reduction in red-tape has successfully encouraged projects and investors from all levels of society, from grassroots startups to major corporations. One example is a psychological thriller feature film called Braid, directed by Mitzi Peirone, which aims to raise $1 million via an ICO. The team behind the movie has partnered with ConsenSys, a company that has developed an Ethereum -based crowdfunding platform called WeiFund. WeiFund is itself designed to make creating an Etherium crowdfunding bid as simple as possible, with a sample contract that can be tweaked to suit quickly and easily. Alternatively, campaigns are allowed to “roll their own” smart contract code. Meanwhile, former Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich raised $35 million from an ICO in less than 30 seconds for his vision of the future of the internet. His new browser concept, Brave, launched an underlying coin The Basic Attention Token, or BAT — and sold one billion of them. Brave will block most ads, minimising user ad-fatigue, and users and buyers can use BAT tokens to “obtain a variety of advertising and attention-based services on the Brave platform. The utility of the token is based on user attention, which simply means a person’s focused mental engagement.” Digital display has been under increasing pressure over the last few years, with margins dropping, the ongoing rise of programmatic also driving a drop in revenue for publishers. A company called MetaX has big plans to add transparency to the industry, increasingly dogged with allegations of fake views and publishers losing revenue to spoofed domains. The company built a smart contract on Ethereum called adChain, designed to be a scalable, trustworthy solution for tracking and verifying all advertising impressions, and completed an ICO of adToken in June 2017. Although the scheme still requires widespread implementation, a recently-announced alliance with the respected industry body the DMA (Data & Marketing Association) is a highly valuable and significant first step. Ken Brook, Co-Founder and CEO, MetaX said: “It’s a bit about shining a light on the industry and seeing how it reorganises itself. We hope to be able to standardise the protocol we have developed, as it is an open, global standard - it has opened up a lot of opportunities and also raised a lot of questions. ”We want to make sure the little guy has a chance - content in general and the quality of content is suffering. ”We built adChain to allow new technologies to integrate into this protocol in the future - more of a basis for digital marketers to use. Wider recognition may be a matter of awareness and knowledge, but the value proposition is undeniable.” AdChain is not alone in seeking to bring blockchain to the ad space, with media giant Comcast recently announcing a collaboration with NBC Universal, Disney, Altice USA, Channel 4, Cox Communications, Mediaset Italia and TF1 Group to develop a Blockchain insights platform. The platform is intended to improve the efficiency of premium video advertising and deliver better ad planning, targeting, execution and measurement across screens, according to the companies. Comcast intends to formally launch the Blockchain Insights Platform in 2018. Closer to home, Dennis Publishing is leading a project to create an blockchain-based SSP prototype to improve transparency in programmatic, alongside five other publishers including the Guardian, Financial Times, CNN International, Reuters and Mansueto. Dennis received €160,000 funding from Google’s Digital News Initiative to create the SSP prototype. The music industry has long been interested in blockchain, being perhaps one of the best examples in consumer culture of a simple purchase (of an iTunes track, for the sake of argument) that triggers a complex series of rights-based revenue transactions, ideally suited to blockchain-based smart contracts. Steve Miller-Jones, Senior Director of Product Management at Limelight Networks said: “I think that the clearest ways in which blockchain may have an impact [on the media industry] are in payment transactions and copyright tracking, which then have implications for the entire media and content value chain. ”For instance, micropayment pricing options for paid content opens up access to new models of music, video, image and written media consumption. We could also see a replacement or shift in ad-driven revenue models and subscription services, which are both key to accessing revenue from millennial markets. “A key issue with rights management is the concept of perpetual ownership and shared content. If rights to distribute are based on country or geography, for example, but access to the content is purchased by an individual, why should the right to use that content not stay with the consumer? ”It seems perhaps obvious that Blockchain will lead to innovation in how rights to use content are provided to an individual and how usage of that content is tracked. This will lead to the emergence of models where copyright infringement and piracy become much harder, which will improve confidence in digital distribution models.” Singer songwriter Imogen Heap has been one of the key voices calling for blockchain in the music industry, and even released a track, Tiny Human, on Ujo Music where users can buy the song, as well as the track’s key musical data using Ether. That was back in 2016, and the music industry has been quick to catch up - just back in April 2017 streaming giant Spotify announced that it had acquired blockchain startup Mediachain Labs, which before the buyout had been working to leverage blockchain technology in order to help solve problems with attribution, and uses smart contacts based on Ethereum to do so. Far less sexier was a small announcement from ASCAP, the American Society for Composers, Authors and Publishers; SACEM, the Society of Authors, Composers and Publishers of Music; and PRS for Music earlier this year that they would work with IBM on a blockchain prototype to manage authoritative music copyright information. However, the long-term impact could be significant, as Robert Ashcroft, PRS for Music’s Chief Executive, said: “Establishing authoritative copyright data has long been a goal of PRS for Music and is one of the biggest challenges the industry faces. ”Blockchain and distributed ledger technologies are opening up a world of new opportunities for all industries to address long-standing challenges. “The digital market requires real-time reporting on behalf of multiple stakeholders across the world. If blockchain can help us achieve this, it will unlock opportunities for developers of new digital applications, increase accuracy of royalty payments and release value for rightsholders.” Overall, blockchain technologies look set to transform the media landscape whatever your perspective on the industry. From consumer to performer, the coming revolution is set to change almost every aspect of the value chain, and for the better. The blockchain credo of transparency, openness, democratisation and accountability through technical innovation is a potent mix that promises better quality for everyone concerned.
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    DISCLAIMER: In no way this guide supports or endorses piracy via any means, the steps given below are for people looking to gain access to legitimate, legal torrents. Piracy is a terrible thing. Anything that robs the creators of original content their due remuneration should be fought against and torrents have unfortunately emerged as the number one enemy. While it’s true that torrents have become synonymous with piracy, there are still legitimate uses of the medium. With the war on torrents still strong, chances are you can’t download any because they are most likely blocked on your internet connection. Here are five ways you can bypass that block. Virtual Private Networks A Virtual Private Network or VPN for short, cloaks a user’s identity and location online giving people access to services otherwise not available in the country like Hulu or Spotify. These work great for torrents too, transferring data through secure channels and bypassing the block put in place by your Internet Service Provider or ISP. There are a ton of VPN Tunnels for torrents and a simple Google search should pull up the most popular ones. Do a bit of research and go through reviews for the VPN services, your ideal bet is to pick one that charges a nominal fee. DNS Servers Most ISP’s apply blocks at a DNS level. Domain Name System or DNS is a unique server put in place by your ISP that converts website names into IP address numbers, in most cases the ISP’s set up DNS servers to block certain IP’s. The way around this is to use freely available public DNS servers. Some of the popular ones are Google DNS, Open DNS and Comodo DNS. Proxies Proxies play the part of middle-men in relation to Internet traffic, they take your service request and forward them through their channels to the site you want to visit. Proxies aren’t reliable though, since your IP will still be sent to the site you are trying to access plus most proxies are usually blocked by ISP’s. Seedbox Seedboxes are virtual servers for torrents. They let you download and upload data in the same way that a browser sends data to a computer, which means to block them would mean blocking all access to the web. Seedboxes are usually paid and a quick Google search will show you the most popular ones. The magical Port 80 If all else fails, you can switch to Port 80 for all data transfer in your torrent download application. Port 80 is a common port used for all HTTP data transfer and chances of it being blocked are low. The caveat here is the network speeds for this port will be miserably slow, since all bandwidth will be shared among data that is fighting to be transferred.
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    Snoop Dogg might be a hip-hop legend and the owner of a vast multi-million dollar fortune, but when JAY-Z‘s new 4:44 album dropped, he was, like many of us, a Tidal-less rap fan in search of Hov’s newest project. So how’d Uncle Snoop listen to Hovi’s newest opus? He pirated it, of course. Speaking in a new video, the Doggfather gave props to Jay for dropping another dope album while also encouraging other artists to support their peers. In doing so, he revealed that he wasn’t even familiar with Hov’s streaming service, Tidal. “Top of the morning,” Snoop says in the video. “I want to shoot a shout out to JAY-Z just dropped another muthafuckin’ hot album, 4:44…4:44. But you know what? I don’t got Tidal, so a nigga had to bootleg it to me. I’m on iTunes and shit cuz, I don’t understand that—y’all gotta explain that to me. I went to iTunes looking for his album and I couldn’t find it. But my homie sent it to me, you understand me. But um, shout out to JAY-Z, my nigga. He did it again. See, I ain’t no hater, I love the game for what it’s worth—the young niggas and the old niggas. Practice that. Practice showing love. Practice supporting other muthafuckas other than yourself. Yeah, do that.” Snoop might not have copped Hovi’s project, but at least he was honest about it—he also offered a dope shout out. It’s something. If you’re like Uncle Snoop and haven’t been keeping score of JAY-Z’s streaming business aspirations, here’s a rundown. Back in 2015, Hov and a slew of other artists started a music service by the name of Tidal. From the outset, the service differentiated itself by providing exclusive premieres from Beyoncé and Kanye West. After last week, that list came to include 4:44. The good news for Snoop is, fans can get themselves a free copy of 4:44 by checking out 444.Tidal.com and providing the site with their email and using the promo code, SPRINT. If Snoop wants to stick to his Apple-using ways, all he has to do is wait a few days. 4:44 is coming to iTunes and Apple Music on Friday (July 7). Dope. Peep Snoop’s music piracy admission in the video below.
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    Torrent sites are having trouble maintaining a steady flow of revenue, with the increasing use of ad-blockers affecting sites right across the board. And with Google's plan to add a default ad-blocker to the Chrome browser looming, some operators fear that they might not be able to keep their sites afloat. Online advertising can be quite a nuisance. Flashy and noisy banners, or intrusive pop-ups, are a thorn in the side of many Internet users. These type of ads are particularly popular on pirate sites, so it’s no surprise that their users are more likelyto have an ad-blocker installed. The increasing popularity of these ad-blocking tools hasn’t done the income of site owners any good and the trouble on this front is about to increase. A few weeks ago Google announced that its Chrome browser will start blocking ‘annoying’ ads in the near future, by default. This applies to all ads that don’t fall within the “better ads standards,” including popups and sticky ads. Since Chrome is the leading browser on many pirate sites, this is expected to have a serious effect on torrent sites and other pirate platforms. TorrentFreak spoke to the operator of one of the largest torrent sites, who’s sounding the alarm bell. The owner, who prefers not to have his site mentioned, says that it’s already hard to earn enough money to pay for hardware and hosting to keep the site afloat. This, despite millions of regular visitors. “The torrent site economy is in a bad state. Profits are very low. Profits are f*cked up compared to previous years,” the torrent site owner says. At the moment, 40% of the site’s users already have an ad-blocker installed, but when Chrome joins in with its default filter, it’s going to get much worse. A third of all visitors to the torrent site in question use the Chrome browser, either through mobile or desktop. “Chrome’s ad-blocker will kill torrent sites. If they don’t at least cover their costs, no one is going to use money out of his pocket to keep them alive. I won’t be able to do so at least,” the site owner says. It’s too early to assess how broad Chrome’s ad filtering will be, but torrent site owners may have to look for cleaner ads. That’s easier said than done though, as it’s usually the lower tier advertisers that are willing to work with these sites and they often serve more annoying ads. The torrent site owner we spoke with isn’t very optimistic about the future. While he’s tested alternative revenue sources, he sees advertising as the only viable option. And with Chrome lining up to target part of their advertising inventory, revenue may soon dwindle. “I’ve tested all types of ads and affiliates that are safe to work with, and advertising is the only way to cover costs. Also, most services that you can make good money promoting don’t work with torrent sites,” the torrent site owner notes. Just a few months ago popular torrent site TorrentHound decided to shut down, citing a lack in revenue as one of the main reasons. This is by no means an isolated incident. TorrentFreak spoke to other site owners who confirm that it’s becoming harder and harder to pay the bills through advertisements. The operator of Torlock, for example, confirms that those who are in the business to make a profit are having a hard time. “All in all it’s a tough time for torrent sites but those that do it for the money will have a far more difficult time in the current climate than those who do this as a hobby and as a passion. We do it for the love of it so it doesn’t really affect us as much,” Torlock’s operator says. Still, there is plenty of interest from advertisers, some of whom are trying their best to circumvent ad-blockers. “Every day we receive emails from willing advertisers wanting to work with us so the market is definitely still there and most of them have the technology in place to circumvent adblockers, including Chrome’s default one,” he adds. Google’s decision to ship Chrome with a default ad-blocker appears to be self-serving in part. If users see less annoying ads, they are less likely to install a third-party ad-blocker which blocks more of Google’s own advertisements. Inadvertently, however, they may have also announced their most effective anti-piracy strategy to date. If pirate sites are unable to generate enough revenue through advertisements, there are few options left. In theory, they could start charging visitors money, but most pirates go to these sites to avoid paying. Asking for voluntary donations is an option, but that’s unlikely to cover the all the costs. https://torrentfreak.com/chromes-default-ad-blocker-is-bad-news-for-torrent-sites-170705/
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    Logo Tracker Name ZonaQ Tracker abbreviation for ZQ Tracker language Spanish Tracker type HD / DVD Tracker URL https://www.zonaq.pw/ Signup CLOSED Only Invite Invite Donate No Rate system Ratio Based / Medium Bans Countries Not Birthday N/A Tracker Description The latest Spanish tracker is very good content and high level One of the best and most prominent Login Home Category & Search Torrents Torrents Profil Forums Top 10 Bonus System Donate Staff Rules & FAQ Stat Tracker Ratings Pretimes: 9/10 Speed: 9/10 Content: 10/10 Community: 9/10 Over all: 9/10
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