If the Verifier’s MTTBR is not equal to Sequencer’s MTTBR, then the Verifier requests the Sequencer via fee payment to post the Sequencer’s transaction data on Layer 1. This fee payment is collected on Layer 1 as an upfront amount to pay for the request fees. The fees are sent to the Governance Protocol, responsible for anything related to the efficiency of the system, to pay for potential reimbursements caused due to griefing. The Sequencer will have a time window (in # of blocks, currently set at around 24 hours) to respond and is responsible for the resulting gas fee. Both the Sequencer and Verifier lose money in this process. The System enters the insecure transaction state for the data availability request time window until the next rotation. During this time the Verifier requests the Sequencer to provide valid transaction batch data.