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April 16, 2016, 04:57:18 AM
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Kids earning bitcoins?
I would prefer they stay out and play some games in the sun, rather then spend their time in front of the computer earning satoshis.

Yeah, I too would just let my son go out and play..I won't obliged him to do such thing..Even if my son would insist...Too much exposure to computer is not healthy to kids...

If the kids always stay in front of computer to looking for bitcoin a day by day it will damage their eye earlier. Also potentially lose their childhood fun .

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April 16, 2016, 05:51:57 AM
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If I want kids to earn a bitcoin, I will develop an app for kids, easy to understand app. And they will earn a little satoshis there. But it will only exclusive for kids. Adults are not allowed.
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April 16, 2016, 05:58:01 AM
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If I had kids I would give them physical Bitoin coins as a birthday present when they are maybe 15 y.o. and explain to them how they can have their own banks in their pockets and how to add more money to their 'accounts'. I don't think little kids can understand how Bitcoin works though, it's better to teach them the concepts of saving money by using fiat and piggy banks. As for earning Bitcoin money themselves, most kids have a part-time job working in family businesses usually so I am not sure if they would like to take on Bitcoin also and have no free time whatsoever.

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April 16, 2016, 10:49:38 AM
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Kids earning bitcoins?
I would prefer they stay out and play some games in the sun, rather then spend their time in front of the computer earning satoshis.

Yeah, I too would just let my son go out and play..I won't obliged him to do such thing..Even if my son would insist...Too much exposure to computer is not healthy to kids...

If the kids always stay in front of computer to looking for bitcoin a day by day it will damage their eye earlier. Also potentially lose their childhood fun .

Kids these days always play with computer games its better that if they play some they also earn money and that could help them in times of crisis.
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April 16, 2016, 10:54:39 AM
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Kids earning bitcoins?
I would prefer they stay out and play some games in the sun, rather then spend their time in front of the computer earning satoshis.

Yeah, I too would just let my son go out and play..I won't obliged him to do such thing..Even if my son would insist...Too much exposure to computer is not healthy to kids...

If the kids always stay in front of computer to looking for bitcoin a day by day it will damage their eye earlier. Also potentially lose their childhood fun .

Kids these days always play with computer games its better that if they play some they also earn money and that could help them in times of crisis.


so the best way is by playing games that provide rewards bitcoin. it will be fun for children. but be careful not too much to play the game. children would be risky if too long playing games.


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April 16, 2016, 12:36:38 PM
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Kids earning bitcoins?
I would prefer they stay out and play some games in the sun, rather then spend their time in front of the computer earning satoshis.

Yeah, I too would just let my son go out and play..I won't obliged him to do such thing..Even if my son would insist...Too much exposure to computer is not healthy to kids...

If the kids always stay in front of computer to looking for bitcoin a day by day it will damage their eye earlier. Also potentially lose their childhood fun .

Kids these days always play with computer games its better that if they play some they also earn money and that could help them in times of crisis.

They should play games which they enjoy, not what will make you a few extra cents.
I am strongly against my kids spending time on faucets.

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April 16, 2016, 12:56:49 PM
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Kids earning bitcoins?
I would prefer they stay out and play some games in the sun, rather then spend their time in front of the computer earning satoshis.

Yeah, I too would just let my son go out and play..I won't obliged him to do such thing..Even if my son would insist...Too much exposure to computer is not healthy to kids...

If the kids always stay in front of computer to looking for bitcoin a day by day it will damage their eye earlier. Also potentially lose their childhood fun .

Kids these days always play with computer games its better that if they play some they also earn money and that could help them in times of crisis.

They should play games which they enjoy, not what will make you a few extra cents.
I am strongly against my kids spending time on faucets.


Faucet wont bring anything to kids i think theres a game were you need to kill aliens and that game gives satoshi for every alien that you have killed.
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April 16, 2016, 01:04:27 PM
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My alma mater is currently conducting multiple bit-coin funded studies on underage children.
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April 16, 2016, 01:07:57 PM
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Most of the games are here and also very easy faucets are here, you should search it and you should practice your kid one time than he will do himself. but in my view bitcoin is not for kids earning.

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April 16, 2016, 01:17:00 PM
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Most of the games are here and also very easy faucets are here, you should search it and you should practice your kid one time than he will do himself. but in my view bitcoin is not for kids earning.
you're right, games and faucet is a good place for children to look for bitcoin, but I also agree if you said bitcoin is not for kids. because a child is more like playing than making money.

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April 16, 2016, 04:41:49 PM
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Maybe I'm old-fashioned but I think that rather than encouraging them to sit at a computer or mobile device trying to weasel a few satoshis, you should encourage them to get out and learn to work to earn money.

Do they still have paper routes? Door-to-door sales? Even better, they could start their own enterprises like lemonade stands or creating crafts to sell. Then they could use some of their earnings to buy Bitcoin if they so desire.

I wish I'd followed the example of one of my more enterprising grade school classmates who had both morning and evening paper routes, delivered after school for a local pharmacy, and delivered fish and chips on Friday evenings. He saved every penny he earned and when the pharmacist retired, he quit school at the age of 16, bought the shop and hired a licensed pharmacist. By the time he was 20, he owned 3 drug stores and 4 smoke shops.

I wasn't quite that motivated but at least when I was 5 or 6 years old I was harvesting wild watercress from a swamp in a local undrained park and selling it to the a neighborhood grocer, $0.10 per 6-quart basket full. When he sold it for $0.10 per bunch (6 bunches per basket) I got an early lesson in retail markups. By the time I was 10 I was printing certificates (good for one errand) and selling them to neighbors and family. Unfortunately I didn't save my money but spent it on candy and toys. By my teens, I was harvesting used soy sauce barrels from the back alleys of Chinatown, cleaning them (yuck), refinishing them, stretching soaked rawhide over their tops and selling them as conga drums. This I used to pay rent on my own place.

You're not doing your kids any favors by letting them sit indoors staring at display screens.

Just my opinion.
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April 16, 2016, 05:06:03 PM
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Most of the games are here and also very easy faucets are here, you should search it and you should practice your kid one time than he will do himself. but in my view bitcoin is not for kids earning.
you're right, games and faucet is a good place for children to look for bitcoin, but I also agree if you said bitcoin is not for kids. because a child is more like playing than making money.

It's a matter of training. In bitcoin, there are a lot of games you can chose from. If you train your kids in bitcoin at an early stage, they will mature easily. You will also be benefited because the longer your children will play the longer you will earn.

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April 16, 2016, 06:34:52 PM
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Maybe I'm old-fashioned but I think that rather than encouraging them to sit at a computer or mobile device trying to weasel a few satoshis, you should encourage them to get out and learn to work to earn money.

Do they still have paper routes? Door-to-door sales? Even better, they could start their own enterprises like lemonade stands or creating crafts to sell. Then they could use some of their earnings to buy Bitcoin if they so desire.

I wish I'd followed the example of one of my more enterprising grade school classmates who had both morning and evening paper routes, delivered after school for a local pharmacy, and delivered fish and chips on Friday evenings. He saved every penny he earned and when the pharmacist retired, he quit school at the age of 16, bought the shop and hired a licensed pharmacist. By the time he was 20, he owned 3 drug stores and 4 smoke shops.

I wasn't quite that motivated but at least when I was 5 or 6 years old I was harvesting wild watercress from a swamp in a local undrained park and selling it to the a neighborhood grocer, $0.10 per 6-quart basket full. When he sold it for $0.10 per bunch (6 bunches per basket) I got an early lesson in retail markups. By the time I was 10 I was printing certificates (good for one errand) and selling them to neighbors and family. Unfortunately I didn't save my money but spent it on candy and toys. By my teens, I was harvesting used soy sauce barrels from the back alleys of Chinatown, cleaning them (yuck), refinishing them, stretching soaked rawhide over their tops and selling them as conga drums. This I used to pay rent on my own place.

You're not doing your kids any favors by letting them sit indoors staring at display screens.

Just my opinion.
Agreed. I didn't think about earning money in my child days. Child should've be happy and shouldn't worry about money. They need to enjoy life as much as possible.

But in the Teenage days, I desperate for money because i routinely go to alot of places and watch in theater. So i started earning money in my teen days.

Just let your kid enjoy it's moment before it sucked. Dont let them worry about money. Just let them be happy first.

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April 16, 2016, 06:41:11 PM
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April 16, 2016, 06:41:51 PM
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Kids should avoid Bitcoin
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April 16, 2016, 06:51:17 PM
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I will never want that my kids should start earning when they are kids, I would be really if they concentrate on their studies and there is whole life to earn money.
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April 17, 2016, 12:09:35 AM
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If they are the one who entreat you to teach them on  how to earn bitcoin. Faucets and other games that pays in bitcoin is the best option. I dont recommend sig camp for them since they are only kids.
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April 17, 2016, 12:14:23 AM
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Participating in faucets and this forum is a good way to start his bitcoin career. Especially chatting to others about bitcoin, I find that very enjoyable and I'm sure he will too.
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April 17, 2016, 01:15:33 AM
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Kids don't need to earn bitcoins if for real. I want a bright chlidhood for my childs without work and other stuff. Better i will work for my sons chilhood.

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April 17, 2016, 05:42:19 AM
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It's fun I think to get the kids to click bitcoin ptc sites and faucets. If we educate the kids that this is like earning pocket money and over time it could have real value I am sure some kids would do this for half a hour a day while playing games or other things that earn them nothing. Also this teaches children the value of money as well when they can earn a little bit for themselves. I wish bitcoin existed when I was a child.


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