Zeus Verifier

The verification process within the Zeus Network operates on a decentralized and permissionless group model, distinct from a federated notary system. To become a verifier, individuals are required to run a node, a necessity for maintaining a private key and signing functions. Additionally, the process involves staking SOL or LSD-SOL, with a preference for LSD to enable stakers to contribute to both Proof-of-Stake (PoS) consensus and the Two-Way Peg (2WP) mechanism. Stakers are further required to register on the Verifier Registry Program. The security framework relies on an over-collateralized design, and potential vulnerabilities are addressed through financial slashing measures, enhancing the robustness and resilience of the verification system.

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