The drawbacks of first two methods are distinct. Stafi is also considering a more appropriate method, that is, to introduce an insurer role to solve the rToken unpegging caused by Slash. An insurance mutual aid pool will be established. When dividends are paid to Stakers, a portion of them will go into the insurance mutual aid pool. When Slash occurs, the punishment is buried from that pool, then the anchor relationship between rToken and the native token is restored. Another option is that someone in the system, such as SSVs, can undertake insurance tasks. When dividends are distributed to Stakers, a portion will be detained and given to SSVs. When Slash occurs, SSV takes a portion of its Stakng FIS to purchase native tokens to make up for the deficit caused by Slash. The benefit of SSVs as insurers is that SSV’s Stakes will act as both the margin of multi-sign account assets and an insurance compensation pool. In this way, the asset value of the SSV mortgage will be maximized.