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April 20, 2017, 10:34:28 AM
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There are many bitcoin gaming sites available nowadays. These are fun and although the income isn't that big,it is a great way to make children aware of btc

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April 20, 2017, 03:33:27 PM
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It's pretty hard to explain bitcoin to kids, we can explain it just like points in game play or like money in credit card

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April 20, 2017, 04:03:40 PM
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There are many bitcoin gaming sites available nowadays. These are fun and although the income isn't that big,it is a great way to make children aware of btc

Can you give me links of those gaming sites?  Not Casino site but rather games that can be played by kids and keep them entertain.  It is really good to mildly involve kids to Bitcoin since Bitcoin can be the future of currency.  Having them have an idea, though not directly participating in the economy of Bitcoin, would be nice.

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April 20, 2017, 04:17:22 PM
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There are many bitcoin gaming sites available nowadays. These are fun and although the income isn't that big,it is a great way to make children aware of btc

Can you give me links of those gaming sites?  Not Casino site but rather games that can be played by kids and keep them entertain.  It is really good to mildly involve kids to Bitcoin since Bitcoin can be the future of currency.  Having them have an idea, though not directly participating in the economy of Bitcoin, would be nice.
if there's a enjoying games which already been created for kids to accumulate btc I'm also interested to have the links, as i have 3 nephews who always playing online and with their android phones maybe i can convince them to play with this game and earn.

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April 20, 2017, 04:59:41 PM
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http://finance.yahoo.com/news/9-ways-kids-smarter-money-100050132.html

This article doesn't talk about bitcoin but it got me thinking how to get kinds interested in bitcoin within the context of appropriate money management lessons. Think of we could teach kinds about it. The growth, the adoption, the inflation and retraction. The allure of the "internet money".

...what other ideas come to mind?

For me, if the kids is below 10 years, I think it is not advisable for them to teach the kids about in bitcoin. But sooner or later bitcoin will spread out immediately. But now majority of the kids are always looks for enjoyment and fun.

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April 20, 2017, 05:15:20 PM
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You can easily teach kids all about bitcoins by the time they can understand things like this.A kid who is in an 5-9 years old of age must be away from this and only 10 and above must the teach if they want so.Though bitcoins usage has no age limits but there are things that are limited only to those who have real knowledge through it.

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April 20, 2017, 08:27:08 PM
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If children are interested in the topic of crypto currency, then you can give them basic knowledge. And if it is not interesting for children, then you can not teach them anything about bitcoins. When they grow up, they themselves will know everything or ask you
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April 21, 2017, 02:51:24 AM
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If children are interested in the topic of crypto currency, then you can give them basic knowledge. And if it is not interesting for children, then you can not teach them anything about bitcoins. When they grow up, they themselves will know everything or ask you
the problem is they do not necessarily know cryptocurrency, I think the best way to teach kids about bitcoin is introduced that bitcoin is equal to the money that we can use to buy online.
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April 21, 2017, 03:01:12 AM
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I think bitcoin is not for kids. Because bitcoin is hard maybe you should teach them if they are teen and how to save money online but for kids or children? Nah.. For me no because children should enjoy their lives first before going to more complicated life. I think for teens you should teach them but for the kids No.

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April 21, 2017, 07:00:49 AM
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I think the best way for kids to learn about most things is through games. In bitcoin's case, maybe we could introduce them to faucets and let them play around with them.

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April 21, 2017, 07:32:19 AM
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http://finance.yahoo.com/news/9-ways-kids-smarter-money-100050132.html

This article doesn't talk about bitcoin but it got me thinking how to get kinds interested in bitcoin within the context of appropriate money management lessons. Think of we could teach kinds about it. The growth, the adoption, the inflation and retraction. The allure of the "internet money".

...what other ideas come to mind?
I think the term kinds is not applicable for bitcoin's platform since they are in the stage of growing and they shouldn't mind business in that age. However, a term teenager would be better since they are in stage of being an adult which bitcoin can help them to achieve that.

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April 21, 2017, 07:48:14 AM
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I think bitcoin is not for kids. Because bitcoin is hard maybe you should teach them if they are teen and how to save money online but for kids or children? Nah.. For me no because children should enjoy their lives first before going to more complicated life. I think for teens you should teach them but for the kids No.
Yeah agree bitcoin isnt for kids but not wrong give it they know about bitcoin like what for bitcoin,how to use bitcoin and never let know if bitcoin is can be investment because teaching kids about money at an undesirable age will make them be ambitius person, it's not good. they will lose their childhood.

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April 21, 2017, 08:04:48 AM
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It's pretty hard to explain bitcoin to kids, we can explain it just like points in game play or like money in credit card
Maybe we can only tell the child about such a thing. That bitcoin is money used to play games or just like local money in general. They will not understand deeply

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April 21, 2017, 08:12:00 AM
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It's pretty hard to explain bitcoin to kids, we can explain it just like points in game play or like money in credit card
Maybe we can only tell the child about such a thing. That bitcoin is money used to play games or just like local money in general. They will not understand deeply

Yes, children need to show it in the form of a game. I think a lot of bitcoins of cranes and similar games with earnings of coins are created especially for children.
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April 21, 2017, 08:43:58 AM
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It's pretty hard to explain bitcoin to kids, we can explain it just like points in game play or like money in credit card
Maybe we can only tell the child about such a thing. That bitcoin is money used to play games or just like local money in general. They will not understand deeply
I agee. Bitcoin is not appropriate for their age. They need to learn many things before initiating in bitcoin industry.

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April 21, 2017, 08:46:45 AM
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It's pretty hard to explain bitcoin to kids, we can explain it just like points in game play or like money in credit card
Maybe we can only tell the child about such a thing. That bitcoin is money used to play games or just like local money in general. They will not understand deeply
I agee. Bitcoin is not appropriate for their age. They need to learn many things before initiating in bitcoin industry.
Yes their age is not compatible with our technology because they don't have that much experience in the internet especially on using computers so bitcoin or learning bitcoin will be hard to them and they need so much time and experience in computer or internet to be able to understand how bitcoin works very well.

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April 21, 2017, 11:30:59 AM
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It's pretty hard to explain bitcoin to kids, we can explain it just like points in game play or like money in credit card
Maybe we can only tell the child about such a thing. That bitcoin is money used to play games or just like local money in general. They will not understand deeply
I agee. Bitcoin is not appropriate for their age. They need to learn many things before initiating in bitcoin industry.
Yes their age is not compatible with our technology because they don't have that much experience in the internet especially on using computers so bitcoin or learning bitcoin will be hard to them and they need so much time and experience in computer or internet to be able to understand how bitcoin works very well.

At their age, do not go too far. You can just play games and collect bitcoins, and then when they grow up, I find out that they have collected a few coins.
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April 21, 2017, 11:53:03 AM
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I dont think teaching everything about bitcoin to children is at all needed. Bitcoin involves some complex technology which is hard to explain to children. But if you still wanna teach them. Just tell them its a money that we use on internet. Moreover bitcoin involves risk as it is volatile. So bitcoin should be kept at a bay from children. Unless you want your children to invest their pocket money in bitcoin.

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April 21, 2017, 02:32:34 PM
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There are many bitcoin gaming sites available nowadays. These are fun and although the income isn't that big,it is a great way to make children aware of btc
faucet, but i agree with you. Just give a little knowledge about bitcoin through playing the bitcoin games. But i was remember about minecraft  combined with btc.

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April 21, 2017, 05:06:09 PM
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I dont think teaching everything about bitcoin to children is at all needed. Bitcoin involves some complex technology which is hard to explain to children. But if you still wanna teach them. Just tell them its a money that we use on internet. Moreover bitcoin involves risk as it is volatile. So bitcoin should be kept at a bay from children. Unless you want your children to invest their pocket money in bitcoin.

You don't have to include the complex details when you explain to them what bitcoin is but don't give them misleading information just to have a more easy to understand explanation. if you did that you teaching bitcoin to children is plainly useless.

There are many bitcoin gaming sites available nowadays. These are fun and although the income isn't that big,it is a great way to make children aware of btc
faucet, but i agree with you. Just give a little knowledge about bitcoin through playing the bitcoin games. But i was remember about minecraft  combined with btc.

gambling and children? are you serious? there are a bunch of games that has nothing to do with gambling out there and you just plainly play and claim, no deposits will be made. why would you use a gambling site?

faucets is also a no, it is full of ads. ads nowadays are merly clickbaits this is why theres a high chance that your child will click them and go to some random site or worse clicked an ad with malwares.

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