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Is Bitcoin.org a reliable place to purchase Bitcoin?
I want to start investing in something before I get too old and think Bitcoin is the way for myself. Any suggestions from current investors on the safest and most reliable way to go about doing so? I appreciate anyone and everyone's time.
Specifically https://bitcoin.org/en/buy. The form they have you fill out requires a credit card and links to MoonPay. I couldn't find any info on this in the archives, hopefully not because the question is really stupid.