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What is Unix time?

Unix time, or epoch time, is a system used to describe a specific point in time. Unix time is the number of seconds that have elapsed since the Unix epoch (00:00:00 UTC on January 1, 1970) minus leap seconds.

Why do I need this?

The thing is that this specific point in time doesn't change regardless of your location on the map. This feature comes in handy when tracking dated information in dynamic and distributed online and client-side apps.

How is Unix time calculated?

The Unix time number is zero at the Unix epoch, and it increases by 86400 per day. For example, 2004-09-16T00:00:00Z is represented by the Unix time number 1095292800.

What is the Year 2038 problem?

The Year 2038 problem (or simply Y2038) describes the consequences of the day the Unix TimeStamp will stop working owing to a 32-bit overflow.