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November 29, 2017, 03:40:22 AM
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Explain first the potential income that he can earn inn bitcoin so that he has tat eagerness to listen to you. and after that explain how bitcoin works.
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November 29, 2017, 04:02:37 AM
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You'll definitely have a hard time teaching children about bitcoins because they don't know how to deal with money yet. If you teach teenagers, however, they'll learn fast because they're very familiar with money, internet and computers. Teach them first about bitcoins and then teach them what to do with their money and then show them how to invest with bitcoins.

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November 29, 2017, 04:34:25 AM
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I like this response Smiley

Bitcoin can be difficult to explain but so can money and what teenager really knows how that works, hell most people don't know how money really works.
I think a teenager would probably be the easiest generation to teach bitcoin to, you don't need to teach them the whole in's and out's just a bit about public/private key pairs, sending/receiving addresses and secure coin holding and they will pick up the rest very quickly.



I agree, teenagers are use to the digital world and would pick things up quickly.
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November 29, 2017, 04:57:32 AM
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I think there is no need to explain bitcoin to teenagers or children as they are dependent on their parents.And it will be difficult to teach as they will not understand.

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November 29, 2017, 05:12:47 AM
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Perhaps the one I have to say is that bitcoin is a job. That you can earn as much as you expect in life to change your life because of this in bitcoin.
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November 29, 2017, 05:21:03 AM
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We can explain bitcoin to teenagers and children with learning methods while playing. Teenagers and children have a strong desire to learn if the learning method is used appropriately. One is to teach them about bitcoin with the method of learning while playing.
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November 29, 2017, 07:23:34 AM
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We can explain bitcoin to teenagers and children with learning methods while playing. Teenagers and children have a strong desire to learn if the learning method is used appropriately. One is to teach them about bitcoin with the method of learning while playing.

I would only agree with that if those children would only taught about the basics, just like how wikipedia, just the definitions, but when it comes to technical terms and other complicated matters, I would not advice it.

Teens are ready to learn, but what I am afraid about this is when they learn how to earn, they might start to become lazy with their studies( though it may be a different case when the teen is from a wealthy family, they might not have the desire to earn in early age).

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November 29, 2017, 01:56:16 PM
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Explaining bitcoin to teenagers or to children is the hardest thing to do. Because they dont have interest in the things or activities that needs a personal responsibilities. But the best thing to explain it to them is to tell them how hard to live nowaday that they need to help their parents even in a small way when they earn because of bitcoin without any hassle to their studies and other extra cullicular activities. And to realized their responsibility to their family even ib their young age.

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November 29, 2017, 02:55:26 PM
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Explaining bitcoin to teenagers or to children is the hardest thing to do. Because they dont have interest in the things or activities that needs a personal responsibilities. But the best thing to explain it to them is to tell them how hard to live nowaday that they need to help their parents even in a small way when they earn because of bitcoin without any hassle to their studies and other extra cullicular activities. And to realized their responsibility to their family even ib their young age.
Exactly it's a bit challenging task to explain bitcoin to teenagers, as they do not have any knowledge about it, so better we need to explain the basics of trading, investment why it is necessary and the importance of trading. Then by giving examples of our day to day life activities about trading try to link the bitcoin concept with that. Show videos related to bitcoin in so that they can understand about the bitcoin.

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November 29, 2017, 08:42:53 PM
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I find it easier to explain to teenagers than to children. Because if we explain to a child he will not be able to understand what we are discussing, different from the teenager he refreshes what we discuss so he understands it will be faster.
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November 29, 2017, 09:55:43 PM
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Bitcoin is difficult to explain. I also felt difficulties in understanding bitcoin for the firs time. Let's share how to explain bitcoin to children of teenagers. In My country I can say 98% children don't know bitcoin. In fact, bitcoin can be future money. If the children not familiar with cryptocurrency or bitcoin, how can they face the digital era in the future.

Cryptocurrecy (includes Bitcoin) is an example of topic that is difficult to explain to anyone else. But, If you're explaining it to a teenager and a children, Teenager will understand it faster than Children. It's better to say to them that Bitcoins can be converted into money. But It is not a scam cryptocurrency, It is legal. Just provide some references that Bitcoin defines. Then provide videos on how to earn bitcoins and how to negotiate/transact using bitcoins. State all the possible ways on how gain and increase your starting point in Bitcoin world. Remember, Always extend your patience in explaining it to them

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November 30, 2017, 02:47:07 PM
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Well, not sure for sure the children but for the teenager, bitcoin or any other virtual currency is very useful because they are the one who needs money at this age because this time they are economical dependent on their parents, so for the teenagers, bitcoin would prove a helping hand.The person who has access to internet and can use well, can be a bitcoiner. Bitcoin is an asset and teenagers are the future of the nation, so they should be taught about the bitcoin, so that they could face the upcoming finalized future. So they should be provided by the lessons in the classes and by providing them encouragement to know more and more about virtual currency, so that they could have better economic future.

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November 30, 2017, 03:57:32 PM
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Nowadays the children of generation Y are born into a world full of technological paraphernalia, many of them can become familiar with cell phones, tablets and computers in a few years. I believe it is not very difficult to introduce the BTC to the day of the child, of course we must remember to be extremely didactic.
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December 01, 2017, 03:51:12 AM
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They dont need to explain. Let give them a small budget and teach them how to play, they will understand.

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December 01, 2017, 04:13:29 AM
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Honestly bitcoin is hard to explain. I still do not understand about bitcoin until now, so I follow this forum to search for deeper information.
In my place the average teenagers now do not know about the online business like bitcoin and I can say 99% of teenagers in my place do not know about digital money but later in the future the technology is getting more sophisticated and inevitably they will follow sophisticated technology like money digital.
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December 01, 2017, 04:20:31 AM
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in very first place, bitcoin is hard to explain. but i think i must say to the teenagers or children to read first, after they use these forum. teenagers or children are easy to gain knowledge for their fresh mind. So they understand how to use and manipulate the things that covered with this forum.
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December 01, 2017, 04:35:57 AM
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Teenagers nowadays are very active in using internet for their studying and specially in social media like facebook, twiteer, instagram and etc. So having said i can say that they can easily understand what bitcoin is. Plus the fact that they will know that they can get an extra income from doing it i guess they themselves will search about it and try to undetstand it carefully.

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December 01, 2017, 04:42:03 AM
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I think as long as the development of encrypted money is developing, children will gradually understand the history and knowledge of bitcoin, just like a few decades ago most of us didn't use the Internet. Now it's all popular.
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December 01, 2017, 04:50:13 AM
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I think it is advisable to include bitcoin materials for them to read by bitcoin. Let them see sites that talk about bitcoins and when they understand we'll just teach them
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December 01, 2017, 05:41:05 AM
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I think as long as the development of encrypted money is developing, children will gradually understand the history and knowledge of bitcoin, just like a few decades ago most of us didn't use the Internet. Now it's all popular.

Usually that's what's happening. Everyone can adjust to what's happening. Who knows, one day cryptocurrency might be added to curriculum as one of the subjects needed by the students. But as of this days,  I think it's not going to happen yet. Maybe few more years, when the world is filled with bitcoin and other altcoins already.

Children could easily learn this, but as I've said, should only be the basics, no money included and some complicated matters to involve.

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