This depends on the way in which # transactions are measured.

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There's several anti-DOS measures that counter this:

  • transaction fees get expensive with large numbers of outputs

  • many rapid transactions with no fees will be rejected

  • small amounts (less than 0.000045) in an output are called dust, and are rejected

It essentially becomes prohibitively expensive to try to spam.

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