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BitcoinABC (BCHA) say that with Infrastructure Funding Plan (IFP) called the coinbase rule, which reinvests 8% of each BCHA block reward to fund future development will help BCHA scale to become sound money for the world.
BitcoinCash (BCH) supporters, on the other hand, believes that IFP is a "Statist's solution to funding" and voluntary donation model can help fund infrastructure to allow Bitcoin Cash to thrive and succeed.
So why the difference in opinion?
To answer this, we need to explain the technical differences between BitcoinABC's coinbase rule and Bitcoin Cash's voluntary funding model.
On January 23, 2020, the Infrastructure Funding Plan for Bitcoin Cash was published by Jiang on medium. The IFP proposal was strongly opposed by the community and all the discussion around the IFP was extremely stimulating. A group of developers created a fork version of the ABC software without the IFP called Bitcoin Cash Node (BCHN). Flipstarter, during that time was also born and carries the idea of voluntary funding.
During the launch of Flipstarter, there were 6 historical campaigns. BitcoinABC being unable to receive enough support from the community to raise a successful flipstarter pursued its own way and forked from BCH last November 15, 2020. Bitcoin Cash ABC (BCHA) was born.