On August 5th, Money Button CEO Ryan X Charles said, "On August 3, the Money Button failed because the BSV node was out of memory and crashed during the stress test. The node is out of memory because we are using a feature that is not functional. We The instance has been upgraded to fit the maximum block size currently possible. The Money Button re-launched after approximately 3 hours of downtime. The new instance will cost thousands of dollars per month to run. As the block grows larger, we are not allowed This cost will increase dramatically without multiple upgrades.” The main selling point of the BSV is its unrealistic block size limit, which is more of an attack vector than a feature. For example, only this chain split caused nearly 300 Ph/s to be dropped from the network and is now restored to about 1200 Ph/s. The victims of this network error are small miners who cannot keep up with the block size. It is very likely that they spend a lot of time and effort to dig the old chain, but the result is that the blocks become solitary and replaced by longer chains. Remarks: On August 3, BSV experienced a severe network split, and the network produced 210 MB chunks, temporarily dividing the network into three different chains. On July 24th, BSV made a scheduled network upgrade to increase the block size from 128MB to 2GB. The percentage of upgrade failures was 19%, and 17% of people were stuck on the 210 MB block.