Can A smart contract ownership be shared.
- If No!, is the restriction imposed at the EVM level
- Otherwise how can shared ownership be achieved.
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There is no built-in concept of ownership. All such functionality depends on the code you implement. So by default contracts are owned by nobody and nobody has any special privileges over them.
So you can have shared ownership (shared access rights to the contract) if you add code in the contract which adds such functionality. But if the contract doesn't have code for ownership then it's simply not owned by anyone.