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Current Unix Timestamp

Current Unix Timestamp:

What is UNIX timestamp?

The UNIX timestamp is a system for describing a time-period in seconds. This count starts at the UNIX epoch on January 1st, 1970. The current UNIX timestamp is just the number of seconds between a particular date and the UNIX epoch. It should also be pointed out that in time technically this point does not change, it doesn't matter where you located globally are. This technique is very helpful for tracking and sorting dated information in dynamic and distributed apps. Your data is easily sorted by this technique.

How does it work?

Here are the following steps to get your current timestamp.

  • Click the "Load & copy" button.
  • Press the “Copy” button to copy the loaded timestamp.

By pressing the copy button you will get the current timestamp and your time zone also notified. provides twelve different timestamps for different uses.

It generates the SQL timestamp, standard timestamp, ATOM timestamp, COOKIE timestamp, RFC-850 timestamp, ISO-8601 timestamp, RFC 822 timestamp, RFC 1036 timestamp, RFC 1123 timestamp, RFC-2822 timestamp, RSS timestamp, and W3 standard timestamp. You can use your own choice of timestamp according to your requirements. All generated timestamps show the same time but with different formats. We can use it in any kind of programming for time tracking.

Is the timestamp tool safe and free?

This is a 100% secure and user-friendly web tool. It's completely free. Time stamp is important for sorting files, data, media library, and computer-related things. It displays the exact time when our data is saved. If you have thousands of copies of the same file saved at different times, a timestamp can make it easy to sort out these files.

It is a simple example of our phone call history. On mobiles, our call history is displayed by time. New calls are overcome at the top of the list. The timestamp is the current time of an event that is recorded by the computer. This process keeps maintenance in saving, receiving, resembling, and delivering files in sequence without any error.

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