Bitcoin SV - BSV was created as a result of a hard fork of the Bitcoin Cash network. The abbreviation "SV" stands for Satoshi Vision because the coin makers want to use currency to restore the original vision of Bitcoin creator Satoshi Nakamoto. BSV is a fast, user-friendly implementation of a Peer-to- Peer electronic cash system. Facilities for BSV miners will enable entrepreneurs to create websites and applications in an improved, stable network based on Bitcoin Cash.
The Bitcoin SV team is led by Craig Wright, who has often claimed to be Satoshi Nakamoto.
There are currently three main varieties of Bitcoin, each with some technical differences, as well as communities that tend to favor different targets. They all support a wide variety of third-party tools and additional features.
-Bitcoin SV (BSV): aims to use the BSV blockchain as a tool for governments and businesses. His community focuses heavily on keeping Bitcoin SV as close as possible to the original Bitcoin version and spreading the word that Craig Wright is Satoshi Nakamoto.
-Bitcoin Cash (BCH): aims to use BCH as digital cash. Its community focuses heavily on getting investors and users to adopt BCH and other tokens as alternative currencies.
-Bitcoin (BTC): aims to use BTC as digital gold as well as currency. His community focuses heavily on getting people to buy and hold, not spend Bitcoin.