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What is a seedbox?

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A seedbox is a private server connected to the internet that is used for uploading and downloading files.

Seedboxes generally make use of the BitTorrent protocol for uploading and downloading,

A seedbox is a rented space on a server to upload/download to an external location, the files can then be transferred to your home computer safely.

In community there is a section here where members offer to share space on their seedboxes. Be sure to read each member's requirements and rules.

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AyrtonCar1700 • 08 Jul 2015, 19:27
Thanks for pointing that out. It's probably not something I would have thought to check. Also-making sure you read the "fine print" is not just good advice here. It's a good idea in any situation.
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Anomolous17.12K • 09 Jul 2015, 12:03
Look here:
https://kat.cr/community/seedboxes/
where members share space on their seedboxes.
Each has their own rules and requirements, so be sure to read carefully.

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bodom100294 • 30 July 2015, 20:12 Show comment
thanks
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cuberman1119 • 19 July 2015, 21:21 Show comment
Hi! How can ı add my seedbox to kickass?
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warrenamber785 • 09 July 2015, 00:41 Show comment
Is there any free seedbox service?
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Anomolous17.12K • 09 July 2015, 12:03 Show comment
Look here:
https://kat.cr/community/seedboxes/
where members share space on their seedboxes.
Each has their own rules and requirements, so be sure to read carefully.

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nirshaikat639 • 22 June 2015, 05:15 Show comment
how can i get a seedbox?
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Dr.Shadow5802 • 22 June 2015, 07:55 Show comment
Try this justseed.it
I'm using this this is pretty good.
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Anomolous17.12K • 22 June 2015, 14:50 Show comment
Some members share space on their own seedboxes.
https://kat.cr/community/seedboxes/
Each person has their own rules. Be sure to read carefully.
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AyrtonCar1701 • 08 July 2015, 19:27 Show comment
Thanks for pointing that out. It's probably not something I would have thought to check. Also-making sure you read the "fine print" is not just good advice here. It's a good idea in any situation.

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