Bitcoin Cash (CRYPTO:BCH) is set to undergo a significant upgrade on May 15th, integrating an adaptive blocksize limit algorithm (ABLA) to enhance network scalability.

The upgrade, dubbed "Jessica," follows previous improvements such as the introduction of Ethereum-like smart contracts.

ABLA, proposed in CHIP-2023-04, aims to automate responses to fluctuations in block size, reducing the need for manual interventions and potential social conflicts.

Prominent developers emphasise the upgrade's role in avoiding infighting over block size adjustments and addressing past economic vulnerabilities.

Bitcoin Cash's commitment to adaptive scalability underscores its readiness to accommodate future transaction growth while maintaining network resilience.