Slashing Vetos

Once a monitor detects a potential slashing condition, it initiates a slashing request. A message is triggered, which locks the restaked tokens, and disables deposits and withdrawals. At this point proofs are provided to the slashing contract. A veto window opens and a veto may be proposed. If the slashing condition is not cryptographically verifiable, then it requires additional proofs and will take more time for the validators to verify. If there is consensus that a vetoed slashing condition was unintentional, then it may be cancelled. At this point a message would be triggered to unlock the restaked token, and re-enable deposits and withdrawals.

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