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Why did my consecutive days disappear?

My stackoverflow account was showing visited 48 days, 24 consecutive then I logged in at 2 Am in Midnight. and after That I logged after 36 hours. I expected it should show 26 Consecutive but Alas I saw it.. 50 days and 1 Consecative. I guess there is a problem with local time zone. Now I have to log in for one more month to earn Enthusiast

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marked as duplicate by ChrisF, Time Traveling Bobby, Nick Craver Dec 7 '11 at 11:15

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Anything based on "days" in the Stack Exchange system always means UTC days.

You can check the current UTC time by hovering over your name in the top toolbar. enter image description here

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Do you see anywhere on your local time? I don't. All times are UTC times. So I assume all their calculations are also based on UTC.

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