When the BitTorrent site SuprNova.org closed it's doors, they released bits of information about a new P2P software, known as eXeem. What eXeem tries to achieve, is to bring all good things of BitTorrent into a de-centralized network. This means swarmed downloads, and the reliance of uploaders. But eXeem come equipped with the Cydoor adware/spyware component, which makes it just a little questionable and ideologically totally from BitTorrent. New file sharing heaven, or just someone's sleazy attempt to make big bucks? You decide.
eXeem™ is a brand new Peer-To-Peer program, which is based on the BitTorrent idea. eXeem™ eliminates the need for trackers as nodes in the program will be taking their role. eXeem™ also features easy publication of files to the network as well as a rating and comments system. eXeem™ contains NO SPYWARE. eXeem™ is free and is ad-supported. eXeem™ is currently still in its beta testing phase, which means that the network might not be completely stable yet. You are still very welcome to give eXeem™ a try and see how it is different from other Peer-To-Peer programs.Source: eXeem