>>19567094>won the lottery>I don't want to advertise to the world how much money I have.
As a +100 million lottery winner, you do NOT want others to know despite it being public record due to state law to prevent accusations of favoritism, winner fraud, etc. If you're a business owner, that's a different thing to show wealth.
In the past 4 decades I've loosely observed lottery winning announcements of big (+100M) winners, there have been at least two blackmail scams of which one was caught and the other the situation became public but the perps got away with the laundered money. By blackmail, this was not of relatives or acquaintances knowing adverse info, but of true 3rd party people who never knew the person previously. They set up situations in which to frame the victim and then extort money to be transferred offshore to be laundered and irretrievable.
Because of that, my state actually tells the winners to be careful. Last year had a number of big winners. One of them went to extremes to remain "unreachable" in person to the point where it was comical. However, no one blamed the person for being absurd due to the scammers out there. >Supercars are gaudy
Stick to normal cars and solve your need to be "gaudy" in a positive way. Create one or more scholarships in the name of your parents or grandparents so that history will remember them.
It's the dream of good and great parents that their kids should rise above their parents. Some cultures don't support that, but normal american culture certainly does.