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My token policy script is:

all: 
    [
        {
           invalidAfter: 40951072
        },
        {
           pubKey: "36ed345d252a242ad67072db79e5736866fa58ebe3fd782739208ef6"
        }
    ]

Since the slot already passes it looks like I can't burn tokens by cardano-cli 'mint' anymore. The error I get is:

Command failed: transaction submit Error: Error while submitting tx: ShelleyTxValidationError ShelleyBasedEraAlonzo (ApplyTxError [UtxowFailure (WrappedShelleyEraFailure (ScriptWitnessNotValidatingUTXOW (fromList [ScriptHash "6c6d152385ada4cc7606a31090ac37ac267b0b5e2e37ecaf6b47d146"])))])

I wonder is there any other 'best practice' to burn the token?

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As Isaac stated, transaction with this policy is not possible anymore. But that does not mean it is not possible to publicly make assets unavailable. There is a great post on the Cardano form that goes in-depth on different types of burning methods [1]. Note that these tokens send to such addresses still exists but can't be transferred anymore by anyone.

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You could send it to a wallet you control then destroy any record of your credentials :)

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  • 1
    It does not answer the case since I need to 'destroy' them publically. So anyone could be sure that it was burned. Oct 27 '21 at 15:33
  • It's impossible to get the policy script to validate since the validity interval has passed. There is actually no way to burn the token because Cardano was designed that way. Take a video of yourself transferring it to a hardware wallet then smashing it with a hammer :) Oct 27 '21 at 17:48

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