After Satoshi Nakamoto released his Bitcoin Whitepaper and the Bitcoin protocol in 2009, groups and individuals began making changes to the protocol. In 2017, Bitcoin Cash (BCH) was created by Bitcoin adherents who believed that Bitcoin should follow the Bitcoin Whitepaper. In 2018 Bitcoin SV was created again by Bitcoin adherents who insisted that Satoshi's vision of Bitcoin as described in the Whitepaper works and should be restored. The split was triggered when Bitcoin Cash developers began making changes to the protocol that would once again divert the original Bitcoin protocol to a different path described in the Bitcoin Whitepaper. The Bitcoin SV group of people proceeded to restore the original Bitcoin protocol and proved that the original protocol is able to scale and work tremendously well as Satoshi said it would.