Performing a lock in transaction will cost 1
Safex Token which is burned but counts towards the incentives in the lock in.
This says in essence that the coins are locked in and “burned” is not a good word to use. Its meaning is that is made inactive but still operated as an optionally locked in coin.
Since you still get incentives for that coin then that coin cannot be reissued or given to another because that would mean the potential for multiple incentives being given for the one coin.
EDIT: Just realised that “burned” is often used for removing coins from circulation. Like when a project moves from one blockchain to another the coins in the old one are sent to a “burn” address. The coins are not destroyed, just made inaccessible to anyone.
So it seems the meaning of “burned” here is to make the coin inaccessible to the user. And this fits the rest of the description.