Bitcoin Cash (BCH) is hard fork (a community-activated update to the protocol or code) of Bitcoin that took effect on August 1st, 2017 that increased the block size to 8MB, to help the scale the underlying technology of Bitcoin.
Nov 16th 2018: BCH was hard forked again and split into Bitcoin SV and Bitcoin ABC.
Bitcoin ABC became the dominant chain and took over the BCH ticker as it had more hashpower and majority of the nodes in the network.
BCH was created as an answer to the years-long debate among the Bitcoin community regarding the best way to scale Bitcoin to more users.
The simplest solution, and the one adopted by Bitcoin Cash, is to increase the Max Block size Limit parameter of the Bitcoin codebase. While Bitcoin’s block size limit remains at 1 megabyte (allowing for ~250,000 transactions per day), Bitcoin Cash has increased the limit to 8MB, allowing for around two million transactions to be processed per day.
All information about transactions is given here: https://www.blockchain.info
Explorer : https://blockchair.com/bitcoin-cash/blocks
Wallet : https://explorer.bitcoin.com/bch