As I understood from Nakamoto's original bitcoin proposal, the bitcoin algorithm was designed in such a way that there would be a fixed total number of bitcoins and that bitcoin is designed for microtransactions. Therefore, once all of the mine-able bitcoin has been mined, no new bitcoins will appear in the system. As the value of bitcoin increases, people will simply trade smaller and smaller fractions of the original fixed number of bitcoins.
Is this true with Bitcoin Cash? Is the only difference between Bitcoin Cash and the original bitcoin a larger block size?