|Host||Port||Proto||UTXO Root||Height||Blocktime||Version||Connection||ConnectionTime||Status||Uptime Hour Day Month|
|electrum1.capricoin.org||50011||tcp||bde34a29||2802476||2020-10-27 07:00:05||0.9||open||2020-10-26 23:13:29||OK||1.0000 1.0000 1.0000|
|electrum1.capricoin.org||50012||ssl||bde34a29||2802476||2020-10-27 07:00:05||0.9||open||2020-10-26 23:13:31||OK||1.0000 1.0000 1.0000|
|electrum2.capricoin.org||50012||ssl||bde34a29||2802476||2020-10-27 07:00:07||0.9||open||2020-10-26 23:13:31||OK||1.0000 1.0000 1.0000|
|electrum2.capricoin.org||50011||tcp||bde34a29||2802476||2020-10-27 07:00:07||0.9||open||2020-10-26 23:13:29||OK||1.0000 1.0000 1.0000|
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