This is a weird question but it's hard to search for because I get mathematical uses of the term "limit" and and other uses of 9.2, etc. So.
Question: is 9.223372 ETH a significant number? Because no matter how many ETH I send (on mainnet) the limit seems to be 9.223372.
The account has MUCH more than 9.23ETH. Also, it sends the 9.223372 each time. So I can make multiple transactions but each one sends only 9.223372ETH.
I am using Parity latest and the blockchain is fully synced. I am on mainnet.
Please do not overthink. Either this number is going to be obvious, or the idea of a limit is going to be obvious.
If I don't get an obvious answer, then I need to start looking at logs. And then I will come back with a specific question. But I thought maybe "everyone knows" that 9.22 is a magic number so I wanted to ask first.