We do this by incentivizing the research, development, and vetting of Bitcoin Improvement Proposals by creating a system for crowdsourcing tax-deductible bug bounties, and distributing them to bounty winners.
There is a fundamental issue with CTV in either the spec or the reference implementation that makes it unsafe for inclusion to Bitcoin. Examples of such an issue:
Coin Theft: It's possible to construct a witness to a CTV-using Output such that the funds can move in an unintended manner.
DoS: Transactions or blocks that take longer than 1 minute to validate as a consequence of CTV
TXID-instability: in the narrow carve out where predicting TXIDs should work (single input CTV from a known output), one is able to malleate the TXID in a way that would break non-interactive lightning channels Invalid CTV transactions stuck in mempool with standard flags after activation, leading to an invalid mineable block template. Severity would be assessed higher if this issue were unique to CTV and not something previous soft forks also had, but this would be treated as severe.