Other than that, yes, from all the facts I am able to reasonably verify, in my view Bitcoin Cash actually has the fundamentals as the closest coin at present to Satoshi Nakamoto's original "white paper" objectives presenting bitcoin to the world as a decentralized/distributed ledger electronic cash payment system. Where Bitcoin (core) (BTC) has a centralized team of developers, Bitcoin Cash aims to even decentralize the multiple (at least a half dozen) development teams around the world working on many projects. Their site (https://www.bitcoincash.org/#about) states, "Bitcoin Cash is resistant to political and social attacks on protocol development. No single group or project can control it. The bitcoin-ml mailing list is a good venue for making proposals for changes that require coordination across development teams." That decentralization is one of the core foundation principals bitcoin was created upon. So you would have to explain better your view that "It doesnt have a viable business case to back it up", because it sure looks to me to be the best positioned cryptocurrency to fill in the gaps that bitcoin core is leaving with it's now huge cost and often slow unreliable transactions recently.
In my view, it is far more viable to get the 3-5 billion people on earth who do not have access to banking to download a Bitcoin Cash wallet into a smart phone and start using and being their own bank for pennies of what the bitcoin core wallet charges sometimes as much as 95% in fees. That "3-5 billion people" is really the market which will feed the growth the most and I believe basic economics gives Bitcoin Cash the edge. Thus, in my view, it is bitcoin core (BTC) which doesn't seem to have any viable business case to back it up anymore - at least to be used for what it was invented for, to be used as a fast, cheap and reliable peer-to-peer currency. Maybe segwit2x will some day fix the major problems they have now and maybe the Lightning Network will, but the lightning network will also work with Bitcoin Cash and other alt coins as well. Keep in mind they are trying to fix what for the most part is already working fine on Bitcoin Cash.
This is not to say one of the other alt coins will build out and provide a better solution either, as many do look very interesting. Several are even cheaper than Bitcoin Cash to use, but do not have the same size of infrastructure to back it now which Bitcoin Cash already has and is quickly developing more. We shall see where this new technology all develops.
We all hope that BCH goes up ^^