Could 0xBTC be attacked?

  1. The contract has no owner. Ownership was burned in 2018 for brevity, but the only method that the Owner could call had allowed the owner to extract tokens from the contract that had been accidentally Transferred to the contract address by a user. This was utilized to manually refund the tokens to the sender. Now any tokens sent to the contract address are effectively burned. Do not send tokens to the contract address!
  2. The only non-standard ERC20 method that can affect the contract state is Mint(). (The others are read-only.) The Mint() method requires a Proof-Of-Work challenge to be satisfied or else it will revert (fail.) Furthermore, the only input is the solution to the challenge, rotating each mint.
Read to verify https://etherscan.io/address/0xb6ed7644c69416d67b522e20bc294a9a9b405b31#code
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