Convert Unix Timestamps

Simply type or paste your timestamp into the input box below and convert it to a human-readable date by clicking "Convert".

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Unix timestamps are a simple way to represent time as a single integer value, measuring the number of seconds since January 1, 1970 (better known as the Unix epoch). Unix timestamps are typically 10 digits long, representing the number of seconds elapsed since the Unix epoch. However, you can also have timestamps that represent milliseconds or microseconds.

For example:

A standard Unix timestamp: 1628178942 (10 digits, representing seconds)

A Unix timestamp with milliseconds: 1628178942000 (13 digits, representing milliseconds)

A Unix timestamp with microseconds: 1628178942000000 (16 digits, representing microseconds)

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a Unix timestamp?

A Unix timestamp is a numerical representation of a date and time in seconds since January 1, 1970. It's widely used in computing for time-related calculations.

What timezone are Unix timestamps in?

Unix timestamps are not tied to a specific time zone. They are typically expressed in Coordinated Universal Time (UTC), which is a standardized time reference.