I'm just wondering if there is anything wrong creating hundreds of disposable addresses (for unique payment links) ?
Would this prejudice the network performance?
Be harmful in regard of energy consumption?
Have any other negative impact?
Or does nano scales up flawlessly?
I'm aware that unique payment links do not equal a true shop implementation, using a unique address to collect the payments, but they allow in counterpart easier implementation and a faster way to add nano as a possible payment option. In very few hours, one can generate hundreds of payments links and copy them into a database column. Coding a true shop requires more time. Hence the question.