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March 15, 2019, 12:56:10 PM
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Please post your own experiences with different servers so the community of Electrum users
has more information about healthy servers.

Also if anyone knows of a better site than this:
https://uasf.saltylemon.org/electrum

to check for servers please share it with us.

Thank You all!

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March 15, 2019, 07:46:56 PM
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I doubt users know which server they're connected to (since auto-connect is default option), so i doubt we'll see any feedback.

https://1209k.com/bitcoin-eye/ele.php is also good website to check list of electrum server, it also provide more information.

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March 16, 2019, 02:32:37 AM
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I doubt users know which server they're connected to (since auto-connect is default option), so i doubt we'll see any feedback.
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It can be viewed by clicking the "Network Icon" (the Red/Green circle) Cheesy
Or by clicking "Tools" then "Network".

@G3nijalac In my own experience... I only use one server:
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Server: electrum.coinucopia.io port: 50002
After the "bad server incidents", I have decided to manually select a server and now, I've been using it for months and I rarely (actually never) experienced any downtime or instability.

Can't vouch for the privacy though.

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March 16, 2019, 04:22:41 AM
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It can be viewed by clicking the "Network Icon" (the Red/Green circle) Cheesy
Or by clicking "Tools" then "Network".

The point is not everybody wants to know which servers they're connected to when they use their Electrum, so maybe 'bad server' is more famous than 'good server'. I personally use any server as long as it's not malicious (or just use automatic connection), but never check for their healthiness.


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