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April 07, 2016, 04:09:19 AM
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My kid wants to make some money.

I never cared much of those easy systems but seems it would work for him.

I gave him 2 faucets but i ALSO remember there was servers/games where one could make Bitcoin [or altcoin] just for playing.

Would you remind ?

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April 07, 2016, 04:27:09 AM
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How old are your kids? Primarily I'd recommend signature campaigns but aside of that, what you're asking is digibyte's gaming rewards where players are paid just for playing league matches. It's not yielding any bitcoin directly, but altcoins can be traded for BTC. There are minecraft servers offering bitcoin rewards as well like bitquest and playMC but I'm not sure how active those projects have been, you should look into it. There's https://www.leet.gg as well.














 

 

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April 07, 2016, 04:39:38 AM
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I agree with alani123, How old are your kids ? If they under 15 years old, better focus on their school. Because i think it's too early to think that. And you can guide them like investing or trading.
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April 07, 2016, 05:12:55 AM
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Here is a site that I used to play back in the days, in which you could redeem points earned from playing into a BTCitcoin (but not that much of earning, but surely it would be fun for kids): http://www.tremorgames.com/

Also the following two links might help you as well (although personally I haven't tried other things on the list):
https://www.cryptocoinsnews.com/get-paid-bitcoins-play-mobile-games/
http://cryptorials.io/earn-bitcoin-playing-fun-games-no-deposit-needed/

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April 07, 2016, 05:26:31 AM
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No offense but instead of suggesting your kids these silly things like earning pennies from playing games all day and wasting their time on faucets, IMHO, you should tell them to focus on their studies and develop talents that'll help them make a real career in future.

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April 07, 2016, 05:36:18 AM
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If you want him to focus on faucets, I would recommend that he and his friends signup for a faucet with a referral system and then have them compete to see who can get the most people to signup with their referral link to that faucet. I did this as a experiment with my kids and they nearly signed up the whole school and even the teachers and the parents. < Ask the teacher to make it a class project for entrepreneurship >

Once they have built up a big referral network, they will get passive income from that and he can then spend more time on his homework and being a kid. ^smile^

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April 07, 2016, 05:38:20 AM
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Yes, for children it is best to collect Satoshi with faucets.
And also, I advise you to get acquainted with the service Bitwalking http://www.bitwalking.com/ which allows you to earn by walking! Children will be healthier!
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April 07, 2016, 05:45:56 AM
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I don't wish faucet earning upon my worst enemies that's a huge time sink with ungrateful rewards that is basically a big joke for desperate people  Grin Why would you want to mess with your kid in such a way is beyond me. It's better to hand him a $20 dollar bill and tell him to mow the lawn instead of suggesting him to click away for pennies. If you want to educate him about Bitcoin and stimulate him more to achieve better scores in school you could set up a wallet for him and deposit small amounts of coins every time he finishes a goal. I am sure this way your kid will understand the value of money be it digital or fiat and that he has to work for it.

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April 07, 2016, 06:01:11 AM
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That is okay to do that if that kid is at the right age and can think of what is right and wrong. But please dont let him in here.  Grin There are a lot of sin here. Porn, gambling and many more.

I have 3 nieces and I let them play my phone, they don't know there are prizes while they are gaining points then I buy those prizes for their cookies and candies weekly.

The problem is those games pays dollar which is not exact to what you want which is bitcoin.

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April 07, 2016, 06:04:17 AM
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a few numpties think that bitcoin is only about signature campaigns.
im sorry but getting kids to make posts on here while probably not knowing what bitcoin is, is a waste of time for them and also not very helpful to the community to see kids spamming the forums. most likely their posts will get reported and they would lose any chance of income.

the best bet is to sort out their pocket money for chores. and convert a % of it to bitcoin that you just store away for long term savings.
if they have a paper-round or do handywork around the neighbourhood(babysitting or cutting neighburs lawns) you can convert some of this to bitcoin too.

you might even find that there are some bitcoin meetups in the area that may pay people to distribute leaflets around the neighbourhood, paying in bitcoin. (much like a paper-round).


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April 07, 2016, 06:06:20 AM
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I agree with alani123, How old are your kids ? If they under 15 years old, better focus on their school. Because i think it's too early to think that. And you can guide them like investing or trading.

10 yeard old. And yes i know they have to study.. but since they have free time and can "play" games [i said which] or watch LOADS of youtube on the side - they could also make some "internet money" and possibly understand how it works

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April 07, 2016, 06:07:37 AM
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Fact is ,a majority of population in signature campaigns comes from "kids".Just I'm not sure about the age .Instead of giving him an opportunity to earn bitcoins ,take some time out to teach him about bitcoins ,more about decentralization.Knowledge above money,you know how it goes.

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April 07, 2016, 06:33:27 AM
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There is a Chinese saying that "a book holds a golden house". They have not reached the age of earning money yet.

I personally don't give my kids too much time on-line, and most of their time on books or play or outdoor activities..

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April 07, 2016, 06:37:58 AM
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I agree with alani123, How old are your kids ? If they under 15 years old, better focus on their school. Because i think it's too early to think that. And you can guide them like investing or trading.

10 yeard old. And yes i know they have to study.. but since they have free time and can "play" games [i said which] or watch LOADS of youtube on the side - they could also make some "internet money" and possibly understand how it works

Maybe you can check out sites that offer "jobs" like watching youtube movies. If they are watching movies anyway, why not get paid a little for it?

I think it is a great way to get them interested in technology and also learn about the value of currency. It may help your kids in the future with money management, so I can only applaud it. Better than sitting behind an ipad for the better part of the day like most kids are doing nowadays.

Faucets are a big waste of time imo, they will be working to get their transaction fee together.

Captcha typing might be a good one to let them do. They can practice typing at the same time as earning a bit. I think rates are about 3-5 usd per 10,000 at the moment.

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April 07, 2016, 06:42:56 AM
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Playing games that pays in bitcoin would be the best choice for your kids. There are some android games by bitplay.today that may give your kids some satoshis. But I think the main purpose should be to having fun from the games rather than to collect free money. Let your kids enjoy their childhood as they should be..

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April 07, 2016, 06:47:50 AM
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I like your question, Bitcoin should do something for kids, but so far as i know most of the faucets games here, also easy faucets here, your kid will be played. faucets games are very interested,and you also can earn easily ...  
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April 07, 2016, 06:51:43 AM
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you best bet is tipping or some game, like hyper game that allow you to ear hyper, then you dump for bitcoin

maybe also with some referral like g2a system can earn you bitcoin directly instead of fiat
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April 07, 2016, 06:53:26 AM
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There's got to be better marks out there, people with gambling problems, bad credit, no credit, the timeshare demo? Let's leave the children for last, if at all.
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April 07, 2016, 07:12:55 AM
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There is a Chinese saying that "a book holds a golden house". They have not reached the age of earning money yet.

I personally don't give my kids too much time on-line, and most of their time on books or play or outdoor activities..

What you said is correct, this is the age for them to study and play the physical games which will give them physical and mental health gain, not but the online internet which will make them lazy , still they have so many years to get into it. get them to some extra activity program or join them to some games classes or you can join them in which they are very interested in life. This is the age to enjoy the  life and game the knowledge not to make them internet savvy.














 

 

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April 07, 2016, 07:59:39 AM
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My kid wants to make some money.

I never cared much of those easy systems but seems it would work for him.

I gave him 2 faucets but i ALSO remember there was servers/games where one could make Bitcoin [or altcoin] just for playing.

Would you remind ?
how old your kids?i think this is good,introducing bitcoin to childern was not bad,its good for them to know how internet can easy give the money,so they not addicted to game,they only think how to make money Grin

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