According to Bitcoin.com, on March 2, the developers behind the Bitcoin Cash Node project announced the team's upgrade plans for May and beyond. Developers emphasize that the project will neutrally follow the longest chain regardless of whether the Infrastructure Financing Plan (IFP) is voted or not, without the risk of chain fragmentation. Bitcoin Cash Node will also implement two new features, with plans to upgrade in May and plans to evaluate improvements to the Bitcoin Cash Difficulty Adjustment Algorithm (DAA). According to previous reports, on February 27, the 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).