Bitcoin mit Kreditkarte oder PayPal zu kaufen ist gar nicht so einfach. Und zwar aus dem Grund, da Bitcoin Transaktionen rein mathematische Prozesse sind. Bitcoin Transaktionen sind nicht umkehrbar, das heisst, einmal Bitcoin versendet gibt es kein zurück. Wobei hingegen viele Kartenanbieter und Fintech-Services zum Teil Transaktionen stornieren. Wenn man also Bitcoin verkauft kann es sein, dass man seine Bitcoins versendet hat, aber das Geld trozdem nicht erhält, weil der Käufer oder der Herausgeber der Kreditkarten die Transaktions storniert. Seine Bitcoins ist man dann trotzdem los. Daher macht es Sinn,

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