Nbinz.eu is a new NZB indexer that’s been online for roughly one month. The site has an index that goes back 1,600 days and has indexed over 300,000 NZB files as of the present. The site currently indexes 64 sites and is backfilling to get their indexes complete.
Nbinz.eu updates its indexes every 6 minutes. The site has stated that its goals include being the new NZBMatrix and having an emphasis on Anime. The site is currently home to 12 VIP users and wants to be a friendly and popular option for those in search of a good NZB site.
Nbinz.eu has an API. It also supports RSS feeds. It is running on NN+. The site uses 2 1TB drives on a 4-core Intel processor equipped server with 16GB of RAM. It has a 300/300 link. The site is currently hosted in Europe.
Nbinz.eu will be open for invite requests at the end of February. The site doesn’t’ have any advertisements on it and costs approximately £150pcm for the developers to maintain. The VIP status offers a way to lend support.
The developers say that they were long time users of the NZBMatrix site and that they were sad to see it go off line. One of the administrators was an administrator on a torrent site and saw the same fate eventually befall those sites. He noted that torrent sites seem to be going the same way as some NZB indexing sites went but that the developer believes that there is a future for NZB indexers on the Internet.
There is a forum on the site open to users that provides a community and a place to ask questions.
The developers favor SABnzbd for their USENET downloads.
Nbinz.eu is one among many different options that have sprung up in the wake of the end of many different popular USENET indexing sites. It has many of the features of those sites that users will remember, and probably miss, and may attract quite a bit of interest once it is up and running. As the developer said, USENET indexers and torrent sites are going offline at a regular pace these days, but there seem to be plenty of replacements for each one that is taken down. Like many NZB indexers, you’ll have to request an invite to get on Nbinz.eu, but it offers the community forum and other features that indexing site users will be familiar with.