Hi Mikhail, thanks for your feedback. It took me a while to understand the concept but now I think I get it.

  • Token amounts should always be represented in uint256, and not in the 64.64-bit fixed point.

You are absolutely right, although there is a limitation on the numbers that can’t be represented in 64.64-bit fixed point, that bears no relationship to the characteristics of the tokens involved, since tokens are always represented in uint256.

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