Countries that suffer from hyperinflation often print banknotes with many zeroes.
Recently I had a showerthought: Let's imagine a government suffering from hyperinflation go crazy and begin begin printing money with Googolplex denomination for example. That's a so large number that if we would turn all atoms in the universe into paper and ink it would be still too few to write it down.
Or they simply print an infinitely high denomination "omega" bill: omega is the symbol used to denote the "infinitary" in the hyperreal number plane, which is larger than any real number.
What are the consequences of such an infinite banknote entering the circulation? Would that country in question be able to buy the entire world before the market can react?