I watched a very shallow show where the protaganists take junky cars, fix them up and resell them. They went nuts trying to find a 1959 Rambler to turn into a dragster for a specific customer willing to pay $60,000 for that conversion.
When the geeky young buyer came in to survey the almost-finished product for the first time, he swanned around about how he was doing this because he had so much money he didn’t know what to do with it — not a smart negotiating posture, I thought. Then he confirmed the agreed $60,000 price, but wanted to pay in crypto currency. “It could be worth $80,000 or $100,000 next week.” “Or zero,” a protaganist quipped. “You’re living in the future; we’re living in the present.”
They got cash.
I would not bet that the geeky young buyer still has so much money he doesn’t know what to do with it.