Hi there, I was exploring the Celestia data availability network and I had a few doubts:
The validator nodes take arbitrary transaction data and construct blocks, generating 2D Reed Solomon Encoding for the data.
So, if I understand validator takes the transaction data of the block from any chain eg if this is the block data from ethereum:
Then validator takes this data and adds the RS encoding on top of it.
Then if the validator produces the invalid block light client gets fraud-proof from other honest validators. Then let us suppose a validator produces the invalid block and another validator provides the fraud-proof. Then in this case whom shall the light client trust ?? As I light client I don’t know if block producer is cheating or the prover is giving proof of invalid block