If $E/\mathbf{Q}$ is an elliptic curve and we put it into minimal Weierstrass form, we can count how many integral points it has. A theorem of Siegel tells us that this number $n(E)$ is finite, and there are even effective versions of this result. If I'm not mistaken this number $n(E)$ is going to be a well-defined invariant of $E/\mathbf{Q}$ (because different minimal Weierstrass models will have the same number of integral points).

Is it known, or conjectured, that $n(E)$ is unbounded as $E$ ranges over all elliptic curves?

Note: the question is trivial if one does not put $E$ into some sort of minimal form first: e.g. take any elliptic curve of rank 1 and then keep rescaling $X$ and $Y$ to make more and more rational points integral.

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