How to monetize incoming bandwidth?

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There is also the capability to download from the Internet at speeds of several hundred gigabits of information. 90% of the projects have outgoing traffic, and payment is made at both ends (at the 95th policy).


For example:
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Thus, the band paid but not used. What kind of projects use incoming traffic? What kind of projects you will be easy to pick up from scratch?

Those who offer a solution that can offer the channels and iron on partnership terms.
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The rights of a joke: mini-service that computes hashes (sha, md5, and other) for isocheck :)
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Much incoming and not enough outgoing traffic is to any online analyzer:
— check files with antivirus and results a small report (a La virustotal.com)
— recognition of the title/artist of songs downloaded mp3 with no tags.
— checking the quality of mp3 files (a La TauAnalyzer).
— analysis of scientific data (bioinformatics, for example), but may need processing power...
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A variety of web services:
— a screenshot of the page at the specified address;
— meta tags of the html at the specified address;
— information about the image at the address (mime type, size, exif).
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Make the service that downloads the file, creating torrent-file and indicates the Web-led original. And hosts the torrent file. Tracker you can specify openbittorrent.com and other anonymous.
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Analyzer backlinks (backlinks for SEO-webmasters) for example.
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service backups? There are many to fill in, to download much less.
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:-) Don't forget that in Russia many providers there is a rule of the type "the Ratio of incoming to outgoing traffic does not exceed 1:5;"
And many projects need to suck a cock for money. They host a nginx and a link to /dev/urandom, and you and your server will be downloading to /dev/null.
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To create a company provider to connect 1000 subscribers, they will eat inbound. Well, or to negotiate with existing provider to sell him.
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