Bitcoin Cash (BCH) is a cryptocurrency created on August 1, 2017. BCH is an upgraded version of Bitcoin Core software. The Bitcoin Jesus, Roger Ver, says this about Bitcoin Cash: Bitcoin Cash is the real Bitcoin and will have the bigger market cap, trade volume and user base in the future. Bitcoin Cash is not an altcoin, it is Bitcoin. Or, better say, Bitcoin Cash is a hard fork of Bitcoin Core. Hard fork is the only method for developers to update Bitcoin software. Developers just split the existing network and create another Blockchain with another set of rules. It means that BCH shares the same transaction ledger and history of Bitcoin Core. Bitcoin Core and Bitcoin Cash are different networks, have different prices and market cap. The reason for Bitcoin Cash creation was Bitcoin's scalability. The size of a block of transactions is limited to 1 MB. This limit in Bitcoin Core causes considerable setbacks in transaction processing period and limits the number of transactions that can be handled in the network.