Refers to the creation of new tokens within the contract’s ecosystem.
Refers to prohibiting specific addresses from using the contract’s ecosystem.
Refers to a possible state of the contract where nobody can sell their assets.
Refers to the possibility of the owner setting the maximum amount of sell fee.
Refers to if the owner needs to take action to enable trading, or if trading is enabled already.
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