Note: That open tracker was not right for me and bitreactor went down for
24hrs on the front end and the back end is still down keep seeding please. As
always the DHT enbaled I amd not sure when it will be back up so things will
be slow till the back end is up again. However I am making the 1337x tracker
the main and demoniod is the new backup.
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