Thx to @Ratty and his meme:
I realized two things:
I didn’t know that Radix is a DLT and not a blockchain
I have no clue what the the difference between a DLT and a Blockchain is.
I found this: All blockchains are DLT but not all DLT are blockchains
Very mysterious but makes me curious to know more
And this short statement:
DLT is a decentralized database managed by multiple participants, across multiple nodes. Blockchain is a type of DLT where transactions are recorded with an immutable cryptographic signature called a hash .
Which confuses me since this explanation could literally also be used for a blockchain if I am not completely wrong