According to Bitcoin.com, on February 27, a group of developers behind the Bitcoin Cash Node released the first version of the project's code base. The new client is essentially a replacement for Bitcoin ABC version 0.21.0 as the code is designed to disable the Infrastructure Financing Proposal (IFP). The developer noted that there was little change from Bitcoin ABC 0.21.0 to Bitcoin Cash Node 0.21.0. Including: 1. All IFP soft fork logic, signaling logic, and hard-coded whitelists have been removed. 2. Renamed Bitcoin ABC to Bitcoin Cash Node. 3. When using the Bitcoin Cash Node for the first time, Qt's GUI settings automatically copy the Bitcoin ABC.