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Locked Tell us how many Bonus Points do you aim for, for redeeming Upload Credit?

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etplanet

Registered User
Downloaded
10.1 GB
Uploaded
2.5 TB
Ratio
252.79
Just wondering, how many bonus points do you aim for when redeeming 'Upload Credit'?

At the beginning when I started here, it's kinda hard to get that many points. So a 1Gb/3Gb upload credit is the best and easiest to aim for. Now, with the current ratios, I usually wait and do the 120Gb upload credit.


Please move this thread if I posted in the wrong section. Thanks
 

Iceman96

Uploader
Power User
Team Seeder
Downloaded
10 GB
Uploaded
3.3 TB
Ratio
333.35
Thread moved here. Kind of nonsense, but will stay for now. My question is why "Aim" for anything? If you seed you won't need bonus points at all. >>
Lol, you are kinda right but still its good to have good ratio 😂😂
 

Cyler

Verified Member
Downloaded
4.1 GB
Uploaded
1.3 TB
Ratio
311.16
If one is trying to build points its best to target the very small torrents 1st, like few MBs (even if you don't need them) and let them seed forever and ever. Since they are small they won't "chew" on your download GBs and won't affect much your upload speed. So let's say you start by download 10 of those and seed nonstop, you will get 10 points per hour or 240 points per day, 2400 every 10 days etc which is close to 3gb redeem every day and a half in case you need points in the future.

While you do that, click on torrents link (1) on the top and sort based on seeders (2) without clicking on any category. Then select the 2 freeleech marked with (3) and (4)and start downloading and then seeding. Those 2 always (so far) have a good amount of leechers which will give you plenty of GB to upload when you don't have anything else to upload.



With those 2 tips, I think you will build a good amount of Uploaded GB as well as points to redeem in case you need, but keep in mind that best practice is to always upload back, those you have downloaded already, as much as you can. That will keep the community healthy and most everyone happy.

In your case tho since you have 1.8TB of upload I would just keep the points in case you might need them in the future, or just buy the highest one you can as it always offers higher GB per points ratio.

Hope it helped.
 
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orion999

Registered User
Downloaded
30 GB
Uploaded
47.3 GB
Ratio
1.58
Thanks - good to know...

I'm currently seeding around 56GB of apps however upload speed is 0. Does this mean no one is leaching or is there something more sinister going on with QBittorrent?
 

Iceman96

Uploader
Power User
Team Seeder
Downloaded
10 GB
Uploaded
3.3 TB
Ratio
333.35
Thanks - good to know...

I'm currently seeding around 56GB of apps however upload speed is 0. Does this mean no one is leaching or is there something more sinister going on with QBittorrent?
Try to quit and then open qBitTorrent again
 

Cyler

Verified Member
Downloaded
4.1 GB
Uploaded
1.3 TB
Ratio
311.16
The torrent network (and TCP for that matter) when having a choice of multiple sources for the same transfer, will choose the faster (speed) and often nearest (ping) sources to the leechers location. So if there are 50 seeders and 1 leecher and that leecher can get to its max speed of download with 7 or 8 seeders which are "near" to him, it will choose them over you. Keep in mind that a lot of people don't finetune the max number of connections for their clients which limits their max number of seeders to connect too.

On top, in older torrents, often there are no new leechers anymore. To check that, click on your name at the top, then select your name again and click Bittorrents and then seeding. You can see for each torrent you seed, how many seeders/leechers it has.

Hope it helped.
 
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