Trustless Address Server
Outsourcing handing out addresses to prevent address reuse
Also discussed on bitcoin-dev.
Address reuse prevention generally requires interacting with the recipient in order to receive a fresh address for each payment. There are various protocols that ensure no interaction is required such as BIP47[^1] and Silent Payments[^2], though neither is without downsides.
One area that is seemingly underexplored is that of outsourced interaction. BTCPay Server[^3] is an example of this. The sender interacts with a server, which acts on behalf of the recipient and hands out an address from an xpub. The recipient controls and therefore trusts the server, so malicious addresses won't be given out.