Amazon S3 buckets can be uploaded (and downloaded) using the BitTorrent protocol. Can this be done with Azure blob storage?

I can't find an answer for this on google. Alot of hits are for the Azure bittorrent client and not Azure the cloud host.

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Can someone give me a straight yes or not answer?

Yes, of course. You could create a Azure VM(Iaas) and install bittorrent service on it. It is same as your local PC.

But on Azure VM, you need port bittorrent port on Azure NSG(Inbound rules).

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