How to Add btcache in uTorrent [Finding a lost Coin]

Finding a lost coin, that’s what I should consider btcache for now. Btcache is an anonymous(may be) torrent server which can boost your torrent downloading speed from 50kbps to 500kbps. Surprisingly, this situation happens with me for most of the downloads.

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This discussion has been brought to light cause many torrent users are getting insane download speed through btcache. We cannot guarantee increase in torrent download speed by this method. Phrased it clearly cause it’s not a method, will be debating with myself.

Methods to Add btcache in uTorrent

  • Torrent with Seeds: Torrent files must have higher seeds ratio so that you get the maximum download speed which is fixed by your Internet Service Provider(ISP). Better seeds for a torrent file even increases the occurrence of btcache peer in your peer’s list for the file.
  • Pause other Operations: If other downloads are active in any other software then the downloads must be paused. This ‘pause‘ provides concentration to a specific ongoing download and hence in other hand boosts the download speed.
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  • Restart your computer: If btcache peer server does not appear in your peer list for a downloading file then you should restart your computer. This trick usually works for me and I hope works for you too.
  • Add btcache peer: You can even add peer while downloading your torrent file. So if btcache peer doesn’t appear then click on Peers tab and right-click and Add Peer. Now add 10.240.254.142:55502 which is the IP address for btcache peer server.
  • Download more than 2 files: Too simple to ignore but vitally most important point that you must download more than 2 files at a time. this increases the occurrence of btcache peer in your file peer’s list. I download more than 2 files at once on my torrent software and the download speed booms the sky.

I assert you that the above mentioned methods may not boost your download speed, depends upon your ISP which Technology or software they are using to limit your download speed. If you still have any queries about btcache then I would like to see the matter, don’t forget to comment and subscribe.

Hitendra Mandaliya

Hi there, this is Gujju Freak. I am an SEO enthusiast, i spend time on internet reviving methods to make money, blogging is my hobby.

About Hitendra Mandaliya

Hi there, this is Gujju Freak. I am an SEO enthusiast, i spend time on internet reviving methods to make money, blogging is my hobby.

19 Responses to How to Add btcache in uTorrent [Finding a lost Coin]

  1. Prabhu April 8, 2014 at 2:15 am #

    add 10.240.254.142:55502 but it’s not work

  2. Hitendra Mandaliya April 8, 2014 at 2:36 pm #

    Thank you for commenting. Again i remind you that download speed depends upon the limiters used by your ISP.

    • prabhu April 15, 2014 at 6:09 pm #

      What is ISP

  3. Hitendra Mandaliya April 17, 2014 at 1:26 pm #

    ISP is internet service provider.

  4. sharma April 19, 2014 at 10:47 pm #

    i cannot limit my upload speed in mu torrent even after setting the upload limit to 3 kbps. the upload speed is higher than my download speed how to prevent this???

  5. Hitendra Mandaliya April 20, 2014 at 1:35 pm #

    I don’t understand why you want to limit the upload speed, the upload speed would be greater for seeding purpose and that shouldn’t be correlated to the download speed. Right click on the file and select properties. Now under bandwidth section, set the upload speed. It must work or update your utorrent.

  6. boral April 26, 2014 at 10:17 am #

    There is a btcache peer in my peer list. And I am uploading to it @ 350 kbps approx. But I am getting download speed of @ 28 kbps. I added 10.240.254.142:55502 but nothing changes…

    • Hitendra Mandaliya April 26, 2014 at 3:55 pm #

      Good that you have a btcache peer. Now most important is that your seeds must be more so the download speed increases linearly. Always download good seeded torrent files.

  7. KalpesH May 2, 2014 at 1:56 am #

    it happens only if seeds are more (approx 100 up),
    if ISP does not limit your speed then you could get most of your lan speed (98mbps)
    you can try top hundred movie torrent from https://thepiratebay.se/top/207
    one day i got 99 mbps(10-11 MBps).

    • Hitendra Mandaliya May 2, 2014 at 10:59 am #

      Thanks for the comment and you are 100% correct.

    • Santosh May 11, 2014 at 4:05 pm #

      I used to get 11.2 MBPS spped on torrent. But now a days I don’t know what is happen with my ISP. The maximum speed is only 230 kbps.. :(

  8. yogesh May 5, 2014 at 3:02 pm #

    where i will get this peers plz specified with detail. because i dont have much computer knowledge.

    • Hitendra Mandaliya May 5, 2014 at 3:33 pm #

      Usually, you must download torrent which has more peers. Usually more than 100 is a good weight. Search for torrent sites but first you will need to download the torrent client which i suggest utorrent. Then download the torrent file and open it. The download will start automatically.

  9. Hunky May 28, 2014 at 11:02 pm #

    I am with a local cable ISP..

    Yes, BTCache is there in my network but somehow its only limited to 2mbps (20 mbps)..

    Speeds go sky rocket if I get connected to any local peer, as there speed goes right to the physical limit of the WAN, which is 100 mbps (meaning 10 mbps download speed)..

    Problem is, not all torrents are cached under BTCache and very few newly added torrents would offer a local Seed..

    Only good for P2P, it does nothing to the main Internet bandwidth though..

  10. Kartikeya Upasani June 2, 2014 at 10:12 am #

    Lol dude, is this article meant to be philosophical? It’s absolute crap.

    Btcache is a torrent caching service and it must be installed somewhere on the network, generally your ISP would do this on a server. This means that any of the methods you listed above wont work.

    Like any other cache, btcache stores torrents that are commonly requested on your network for faster (and more local) access. Hence the perceived notion of btcache appearing when a torrent has a good seed-leech ratio.

    For people who didn’t understand any of the above and are concerned with just the end result: You can’t do anything to get btcache. If a torrent is popularly downloaded in your area, Btcache will appear in your peer list and you will get LAN speeds instead of your internet speeds. Period.

    • Hitendra Mandaliya June 3, 2014 at 9:28 pm #

      Very much agreed with your comment, you can’t do anything if you are not getting btcache. But above stated methods works for me and that’s why i posted it. Everybody in their computer would get different lists depending upon the client used. And even agree peer btcache depends on the ISP, if they add it or not.

  11. zeitgeist07 June 14, 2014 at 4:12 pm #

    Btcache is something that caches up a specific torrent(s) and gives you a perked download speed according to your ISP. You may get hooked for the first time, but actually this happens mainly because of more downloads by the users over the time; i.e in other words if the seeds are high(suppose >100), you often get to see a btcache…….for sure check Yify torrents, you may get to see one or more btcache. Good luck!

  12. chalte-chalte August 28, 2014 at 1:19 pm #

    Hi Hitendra,
    I had Alliance BB recently my cable operator changed the Alliance BB with other BB provider, now before that I was getting dw speed around 2MB now after changed happen the DW speed reduced to 100 kbps only,what interesting thing I am seeing that in peer list “btCache with IP 10.240.xx.xx /1.0.0.0 and its uploading speed is much higher or equal to DW speed? is this causing my DW speed ?

    Thax

    • Hitendra Mandaliya September 23, 2014 at 4:00 pm #

      Absolutely not. The download speed and upload speed are not of concern to each other. May be the ISP must have limited the download and must have set limitless upload. Try will higher seeds eg 500+ seeds torrent.

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