According to the VeChain Foundation announcement, after the VeChain Foundation repurchased wallet was stolen, on December 18, after the VeChain Foundation's Strategic Decision Committee approved whether to notify all super-stakeholder nodes and release the proposal of VeChain Raytheon blockchain v1.1.5 The development team released the VeChain Raytheon blockchain v1.1.5 version. Within 72 hours after the release, all super-stakeholder nodes have agreed to a version update. In this case, the stolen digital assets cannot be transferred. The VeChain Foundation launched the first voting of all relevant stakeholders for this special event based on the latest effective governance model. This vote is about whether to agree to permanently write the blacklist into the VeChain Thor consensus on the bottom of the blockchain. After the vote is passed, the blacklist will be permanently locked (corresponding to 727 million VETs on 469 addresses will be destroyed and permanently subtracted from the total supply and circulation).