I understood that during a trading position the tokens required to execute the trade are locked in a state channel. Right ?
- Q: Can tokens be recovered in case the entire state channel network goes offline ? More specifically: Can the tokens be recovered during the time the state channel network is offline ?
Is seems technically difficult to have the native chain (ERC20 token --> Ethereum network) checking for the presence of a state channel, and if the state channel went offline, to reverse a transaction. (invalidating the funds assigned to the state channel and ‘sending’ tokens back to rightful owners wallet.)
- Q: Does Nash has a system in place that can independently monitor the state channel network and unlock the locked funds if the channel does not behave as expected ?
In other words: How does Nash technically make sure all tokens ‘flow’ to the rightful owner in case Nash apocalypticly (suddenly) disappears ?