Hi, yes I've been getting an increased number of spam today, 30+ emails for Bitcoin and something else. They appear to be coming from Amazon AWS, 184.108.40.206 and 220.127.116.11 are two of the IP addresses. I've reported this in the past to Amazon but they don't seem to care about any proactive investigation. I got a "if it happens again let us know" kind of rsponse.
I can only sympathise. There is no simple way to stop spam. Your email address has fallen into the hands of a spammer. They don’t need anything other than your address to send you a spam email – and they could have acquired your address by hacking the email system of ANYBODY (individual or business) you have ever communicated with by email since the year dot.
If the spam has any common factors you can set up a filter rule to move any such emails directly to the spam folder - for example -
(a) anything containing the word “bitcoin”, or, “CONGRATULATIONS” or “You have won”,
(b) anything where the from address has slight variations to try to avoid filtering – say -xxxspamshopnnn where the address consistently contains “spamshop” but the other letters and numbers change slightly every time - so you specify "spamshop" in the filter.