Few questions about NodeMCU and Blynk Bridge

  1. NodeMCU ESP8266 is a 32-bit chip MCU, so if my project requires to read a binary number,
    the max number is 2^32?
  2. If I use Blynk bridge (2 or more nodeMCU communication), will it double the processing ability? say I can handle a 64-bit binary number?

Ad 1) Not the correct forum to ask but it seems the Arduino core for ESP8266 supports the 64bit wide numbers.
Ad2) And HOW COULD IT BE??? How on earth would you wish to split those calculations through different devices?? Does an eight Arduino UNO’s will make a 64bit “computer”??