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I have an account at National Bank of Greece and would like to buy bitcoins in Greece using a pre-paid Visa Card. Can someone point out how I could do that? I could also get one from another bank if that's necessary. I have heard about a Bitcoin ATM somewhere, but I'm unsure if that would work in my case.

I also tried blockchain, but the bank didn't send the cash.

  • Bitcoin Core is a full node and includes wallet features. You cannot buy and sell Bitcoin directly in Bitcoin Core, you can only send/receive BTC. To buy/sell Bitcoin you need an exchange. – Willtech Feb 10 '18 at 9:54
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You can buy Bitcoin via credit card / paypal via https://xcoins.io

Disclaimer: I do work for them as an Software Engineer in our Santa Monica office.

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There are a lot of options: coinbase, coinmama, cex.io, changelly etc – check out this guide: https://www.coininvestmentreview.com/buy-bitcoin-credit-debit-card/ its really in-depth and helpful, also I suggest to use some other wallet, as it takes days to download bitcoin core.

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You cannot buy bitcoin from a greek bank account, transfer, with credit/debit card or using paypal. They have blocked all transactions due to the capital controls.

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Using a prepaid card (if it's anonymous) is not something widely accepted, because it's not possible to see who's the sender. That's one of the main reasons to have some struggles.

If you have a bank account in Greece, you can easily buy Bitcoin using bank transfer (SEPA).

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