A huge sign that the Bitcoin SV network use is growing, is the Bitcoin SV block size. Recently the average BSV block size has increased to a size, that is larger than its' BitcoinCash competitor. Coin.dance blockchain analysis charts show a steady but sure progression of block sizes as organic usage increases.

The Bitcoin SV (BSV) blockchain and network have seen a massive burst of innovation since their launch back when BitcoinCash forked away from the original protocol in November 2018. The restoration of the original Bitcoin protocol brought about the re-enabling of 'op_return' from the original Bitcoin protocol, which was turned off by the Bitcoin Core team (BTC) and BitcoinCash team (BCH) when they both forked away from the original protocol.

Since 'op_return' was given back to developers to play and build with, the Bitcoin SV space has seen tremendous innovation. BitDB, Planaria Network and Money Button have allowed many developers to begin experimenting and building the next generation of web applications running on the Bitcoin SV (BSV) blockchain. 

Already amazing creations like Bitstagram and Memo.sv are utilizing the power of 'op_return' and leveraging the speed, efficiency and the low fee environment of the Bitcoin SV (BSV) blockchain. 

As applications built on-chain make BSV blocks grow and the network evolve, more and more developers and businesses will start to take more and more notice of Bitcoin SV and the amazing things that can be done. They will eventually have to face the truth and realize the simple fact, that there is only one true Bitcoin protocol, and it is only Bitcoin SV using that protocol. 

If you are curious about developing on Bitcoin SV, check out the 'Resources' section of this website. There are links to all the areas on the web that have the information to get you started with building.