Contract has no owner and no "renounced" code

Curious to what the status is of a smart contract that has no owner and does not have the "renounced" code. Why would this be done this way? Does it allow for future contract access?

Thank you.


I cant help as the code has to be posted here for reference by others.

Do well to post the code here

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Okay thank you.

It is a normal token that doesn't need any ownership implementation

"Normal" token vs what other type of token?

there are tokens which require a Owner role to be able to update fees, max transactions limits, blacklist etc

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For example, USDC, it can freeze an account, so it needs a special role, like owner, to do this, and it is a pegged token, pegs dollar, so it needs a special role, like owner, to mint and burn tokens.

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