In daylight saving time, which typically occurs during the summer months, the server time is set to Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) +2.
However, for the remainder of the year, when daylight saving time is not in effect, the server time is adjusted to GMT +3.
Why is there a difference between the server times?
It's important to note that daylight saving time is a practice of advancing clocks during the summer months to extend evening daylight and conserve energy. FundedNext adjusts its server time based on daylight saving time changes.