Limetorrent torrents is one of the largest torrents on the web. Here are Limetorrents unblock proxy and mirrors. Unblocked Limetorrents with these proxies. Proxy and mirrors of sites are the sites or servers that are not blocked by the ISP’s or anything and they give us free access to the sites that are blocked by our isp. Limetorrent Torrents proxy List down below
Limetorrents is a torrent search engine and directory which do NOT host torrent files but links to torrents hosted on other websites. Limetorrents is family-safe, so adult submissions or search are not allowed. They have a section of verified torrents which shows all torrents verified by its users. They have a large index of torrents which is categorized into movies, tv, anime, applications an games. They have a huge user base with approx 2000 users online at any time. Their interface is very simple with very very less clutter compared to other sites. They are also listed by torrenfreaks.net as the top 10 torrent sites of year.
LimeTorrents is being blocked by british ISPs at the court order obtained by Members of BPI (British Recorded Music Industry) Limited and of Phonographic Performance Limited.
This page is set up to help you circumvent the block by routing you through a proxy.
Please note that this page was created automatically because limetorrents.co is in the list of websites the UK high court ordered to be blocked. At this point in time some of the sites may be defunct and not accessible via any means.
What is a Torrent
TORRENT is a file extension for a BitTorrent file format used by BitTorrent clients. Torrent files contain text and point out the trackers for a download to begin downloading from distributors (known as seeders) and requesting clients (known as leachers).
BitTorrent is a content distribution protocol that enables efficient software distribution and peer-to-peer sharing of very large files, such as entire movies and TV shows, by enabling users to serve as network redistribution points. BitTorrent allows sharing of downloaded portions of a torrent that other users have not yet fully downloaded.
BitTorrent’s protocol has been described as a “swarming, scatter and gather” file transfer protocol. Rather than having to send a download to each customer requesting it, the seeder of content sends it to one requesting client (known as a leach) who, in turn, shares with other leaches who, if following etiquette, remain connected to seed the completed torrent to other leaches.
The BitTorrent distribution scheme spreads out the use of bandwidth across many points on the Internet, reducing the need for large servers.