Sorry if this is the wrong section.
I was watching the virtual summit presentation about Goguen and native assets in particular. One thing that struck me was that native assets would be lightweight (easy to create and easy to send). My paranoid mind created a scenario that may potentially be really annoying for everyone, but I’m not really educated on the code side of things so I wasn’t sure if I’m just wrong, but here goes:
If non-ADA native assets can be created and sent cheaply and to the same wallet as ADA (without having to send to different addresses for each native asset type), would this be potentially exploitable by companies who seek to advertise by spamming tokens with advertisements attached?
An example would be, raid shadow legends wants to shamelessly advertise their game. They create the native token “Raid-Shadow-Legends”. Using a list of addresses harvested by a third party (very easy to do), they make a smart contract that sends 1 Raid-Shadow-Legends token to each address on their list. If this process costs anything less than like $10000, this would be very worthwhile since they pay much more for advertisement elsewhere.
If one company starts doing it, hundreds of companies would start doing this. Wallets will have hundreds of unwanted token types clogging interfaces.
Is this problem impossible to occur?