If someone burns USDC, it's no longer accessible. Is it legal for Circle recover it?
Circle could just send a command to zero out the USDC owned by 0x0 and mint a new one in their possession. The total supply hasn't changed. It's like if Circle found some USDC on the ground that someone else dropped.
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