Well, heck, if you're really going to do that, why mess around with 9400uF when you can use ONE FARAD !
I take the capacitor tutorial as a "basic research". Using such capacitor as a power source alone is an interesting exercise. Or a test setup - if you want to run years from a coin cell you must be able to run hours from a capacitor. There is little gain by increasing the capacity to 1F.
What's wrong with the classic solution of running at 8MHz, direct from a rechargeable LiPo battery, eg, 18650? ...
Cost, size, weight, complexity. 2032 primary cell has about 200mAh. Nice flat discharge curve. Rechargeable equivalent has about 1/3 or 1/4 of its capacity, has too high voltage when full, needs overdischarge protection etc. etc. If you aim for 10 years service life with the 200mAh cell the device must have less than 20uA average current. Which is plenty for many projects if done properly.