Bitcoin Cash (Bitcoin Cash) is the same as Bitcoin. It is a cryptocurrency based on decentralization, using a peer-to-peer network and consensus initiative, open source code, and using blockchain as the underlying technology. The Bitcoin community has been arguing about the expansion for three years. Finally, on August 1, 2017, Bitcoin Cash performed a hard fork at a block height of 478558, distributed according to Bitcoin 1: 1, a total of 21 million, and removed isolation Witnesses and block caps were upgraded to 8M and later to 32M. Through the on-chain expansion, the problems of high transaction fees, slow confirmation, and poor practicability in the old version of the Bitcoin system were solved, and Bitcoin fulfilled its promise of “point-to-point electronic cash”.
BSV (Bitcoin Satoshi Vision) is a Bitcoin that follows the original design and protocol stability of Satoshi Nakamoto's white paper to achieve the original large-scale on-chain expansion vision.
"SV" in Bitcoin SV is an abbreviation for Satoshi Vision. Bitcoin SV provides a new full-node Bitcoin Cash (BCH) implementation that aims to realize the vision originally set by Satoshi Nakamoto in his Bitcoin white paper.
Unlike other competing Bitcoin Cash (BCH) implementations that make unnecessary changes to Bitcoin, the roadmap for Bitcoin SV's development planning lies in restoring Satoshi's original agreement, maintaining protocol stability, large-scale expansion, and then Allows large businesses to confidently develop and create project activities on a solid Bitcoin Cash (BCH) basis.