I've been reading about an account's nonce, that it's supposed to be an incremental number that increments with every transaction. I found about transactions pool and queue, about what happen if you don't send a consecutive nonce, but I couldn't find someone that would tell me if this nonce has a limit.
If I keep making transactions from an account and I increment the nonce by 1 each time, will there be a time that I reach the maximum transactions that can be performed for an account?
I also thought that maybe this nonce is per block, so once transactions were mined the nonce may be restarted so there would be not actual limit. But I saw examples that use geth's
getTransactionsCount() method to calculate the next nonce, so it couldn't be per block.