Bitcoin SV (BSV) is Bitcoin meant for business, and is the blockchain all enterprises should build upon. BSV is the rebirth of the original Bitcoin, designed to fulfil the Satoshi Vision. Emerging from the contentious November 15, 2018 hard fork of the Bitcoin Cash (BCH) network, BSV now stands as its own chain and token. Unlike Bitcoin Core (BTC) and BCH under Bitcoin ABC’s development plan, BSV’s mission is clear and focused: restore the original Satoshi protocol, keep it stable, and enable it to massively scale on-chain. That is the only way to make Bitcoin the world’s new money (a peer-to-peer electronic cash system) and the global public ledger for the world’s biggest enterprises.
Since the November hard fork, native Bitcoin businesses have quickly announced #WeChooseSV, and added support for BSV. In fact, many of the best BCH applications – such as Centbee, HandCash, Money Button, and Keyport TV – have moved exclusively over to BSV. Their reasons are strikingly consistent: BSV means business. Here’s why all global enterprises should use BSV.
1. BSV promises a stable protocol.
BSV seeks to restore Bitcoin to Satoshi’s version 0.1 protocol. This means re-enabling the Satoshi opcodes, and removing artificially-imposed limits (such as the limit of 201 op codes per script). The approach rests on the belief that the original Bitcoin protocol has all it needs to sustain a vibrant, scalable network. As Satoshi wrote on June 17, 2010, Bitcoin’s original design was meant to remain for a lifetime:
The nature of Bitcoin is such that once version 0.1 was released, the core design was set in stone for the rest of its lifetime.
But Bitcoin never had the opportunity to flourish the way it was born to be,