BCH’s November upgrade will implement the aserti3-2d difficulty adjustment algorithm and add new Coinbase rules

The chief developer of Bitcoin ABC, Amuary, wrote an article about the specific upgrades of the Bitcoin ABC full-node software during the Bitcoin ABC network upgrade in November, including: 1. Agree to implement the “aserti3-2d (ASERT) proposed by developers Jonathan Toomim and Mark Lundeberg )” proposal, which has been supported by most BCH node software; 2. Add a new Coinbase Rule (Coinbase Rule), all newly mined blocks must contain an output, which will allocate 8% of the newly mined tokens Give a designated address. The chain notes that aserti3-2d is easy to implement and has been thoroughly tested and fully simulated. This algorithm will encourage stable mining, achieve stable transaction confirmation with a low-volatility block time target, and be resistant to future block production drift.