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November 30, 2016, 11:08:57 AM
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kids have to learn how one can earn bitcoins...not for earning as kid

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November 30, 2016, 11:39:41 AM
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For me kids are not required to earn money in early stage they just need to sent to the school and learn for the things that the teacher teach on them because there is a time for them that they need to work and earn at the right time.

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November 30, 2016, 01:18:21 PM
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No need for them to use faucets and face how hard it is to earn bitcoins. It would give them the impression that doing bitcoins is boring and isn't worth doing. There are other things that you can do to earn bitcoins which is far easier and makes you earn more bitcoins at the same time. It would be much better if they start by searching what is mining, gambling, trading, and other things about bitcoin that you can do. By doing that, they're learning something unlike in faucets wherein they're just going to solve captchas.
Wow! so your teaching your kids to do the things I highlighted in your post, I guess it's not yet appropriate for them to learn those things. They are not matured enough to start learning it, kids love to have fun so they must deal with faucets only IMO.

I didn't say anything like that. I said it would be much better if they would learn things like that instead of wasting their time, energy, and effort doing faucets. Faucets aren't fun, btw. After doing faucets for 2 hours straight, do you find yourself smiling? No. You're already getting annoyed by the repetitive task.


I dont understand how the question even arises that kids should earn bitcoin. For God's sake they are "kids" and thats why they should learn to earn and not try to earn right away.
Not every kid has someone beside them to support them. Some kids have to earn money even in a very young age in order to survive. In order to eat even once a day. Maybe you can't find them in the bitcoin world because they don't afford to rent a computer but they really do exist IRL. I know this for a fact because I grew up with kids like this.


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November 30, 2016, 01:34:21 PM
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For me kids are not required to earn money in early stage they just need to sent to the school and learn for the things that the teacher teach on them because there is a time for them that they need to work and earn at the right time.

There is nothing wrong with kids wanting to earn bitcoin. Sure their main aim now is to go to school and learn but there's nothing wrong with them wanting to make a few dollars (in this case bitcoin). I think its great that people at a young age are wanting to take an interest in bitcoin as it is growing at a very fast pace.
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November 30, 2016, 01:56:10 PM
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Yes how can KIDS earn Bitcoin?
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November 30, 2016, 01:59:07 PM
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For me kids are not required to earn money in early stage they just need to sent to the school and learn for the things that the teacher teach on them because there is a time for them that they need to work and earn at the right time.

There is nothing wrong with kids wanting to earn bitcoin. Sure their main aim now is to go to school and learn but there's nothing wrong with them wanting to make a few dollars (in this case bitcoin). I think its great that people at a young age are wanting to take an interest in bitcoin as it is growing at a very fast pace.

I'm not against to teach kids on how to earn with bitcoin but that must be in a nice manner and legit way. Because there are some people that are teaching kids to gamble and that's a very wrong way when kids taught with it. They are thinking that it is fine for a kid to gamble and that's becoming irresponsible parenthood.

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November 30, 2016, 03:32:33 PM
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For me kids are not required to earn money in early stage they just need to sent to the school and learn for the things that the teacher teach on them because there is a time for them that they need to work and earn at the right time.

There is nothing wrong with kids wanting to earn bitcoin. Sure their main aim now is to go to school and learn but there's nothing wrong with them wanting to make a few dollars (in this case bitcoin). I think its great that people at a young age are wanting to take an interest in bitcoin as it is growing at a very fast pace.

I'm not against to teach kids on how to earn with bitcoin but that must be in a nice manner and legit way. Because there are some people that are teaching kids to gamble and that's a very wrong way when kids taught with it. They are thinking that it is fine for a kid to gamble and that's becoming irresponsible parenthood.

agree, you can not teach children to gambling, it is very harmful. But they need to show other ways to make Bitcoin. The child must from an early age to understand that there are many ways to make money
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