What Is Going On With Craig Wright’s Bitcoin SV?

So, on Aug. 1, 2017, Bitcoin Cash split as a hard fork of the Bitcoin network with 8-megabyte blocks rather than 1-megabyte blocks. But even among the group that seceded, not everyone agreed with the magnitude of change; a subgroup led by Wright believed BCH’s block size still wasn’t large enough. A new hard fork, this time splitting off from Bitcoin Cash, called BSV emerged, which eventually introduced 2,000-megabyte blocks during the Quasar update.