Bitcoin Cash (CRYPTO:BCH) has successfully completed its latest network upgrade, integrating the adaptive blocksize limit (ABL) algorithm, also known as “ac-0353f40e”.

This algorithm automatically adjusts the block size limit based on network demand, eliminating the need for manual consensus adjustments.

By increasing the block size dynamically, Bitcoin Cash aims to address scalability concerns and maintain low transaction fees, in line with Satoshi Nakamoto's original vision for Bitcoin (CRYPTO:BTC).

The algorithm operates on an exponentially weighted moving average of past block sizes, ensuring smooth and predictable adjustments while accommodating sudden increases in demand.

BCH supporters anticipate that this upgrade may resolve the long-standing scaling debate surrounding Bitcoin Cash's on-chain scaling capabilities.