I have a question. So there is a project named StarsLab that had it's mint live in the beginning of this year. They started first the WL sale. I wasn't WL but was able to mint so reported it to the team. They noticed something is going not right and paused the mint. Than they continued the mint after they fixed the problem in the smart contract. So than something weird happened. First things first: the smart contract developer was a freelancer (I know really stupid). While the mint was going on some other reports came in from people who have knowledge in smart contract. The team was told that their smart contract developer did something weird. From what I understood the developer changed the adress of the owner (or never wrote the right adress?) to an 0x adress. So the team of the project wasn't able to withdraw the funds out from the smart contract. But the weird thing is, if the developer did that why should he/she set the adress of the owner to an 0x adress? So himself/herself isn't even able to withdraw the funds out from the smart contract? And the funds are still stucked in the smart contract what is weird. Is there no possibilities to get the funds out from the smart contract? So the team has again some resources to work with?
Thats the smart contract adress: