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November 22, 2017, 05:12:05 PM
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Like every other investment such as real estate, stocks and other forms of investment we know that you can invest in that kind of things and then you get something like say a Certificate or a Binding Document as a proof that you are part of that investment, now that of bitcoin all you have is just your address, your password, key and seeds as proof of the ownership of the wallet.

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So now if one is considering buying bitcoins and saving for his/her children in the future is there any way to do that with bitcoins apart from having to write down your details somewhere. I'm asking because with that kind of stuff if no one knows your seeds or password no one can get the coins. Huh Huh Huh

I think that's a very good idea, the value of 1 bitcoin this year and next year is different and I'm sure it will increase in value. Maybe I'll try your idea.

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November 23, 2017, 06:09:12 AM
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do not think that im going to have a loved ones but I'm saving bitcoins for my pension :g
You might be living on your own right now but if you decide to have a family of your own, you would have to look for extra income that will help in the daily expenses and for saving for the future. This is where bitcoin could come in handy as merely holding is already a very good investment strategy.
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November 24, 2017, 12:26:02 AM
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Just downloaded a mobile wallet for the kids and put in $50 each. I hope this introduction to crypto will help them to understand money, value and wealth and the difference between them.
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November 24, 2017, 12:45:14 AM
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I've prefer to earn bucks instead of BTC for my childs, but time will tell.
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November 24, 2017, 06:41:59 AM
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I put in a special wallet and where I put bitcoin for my child in the future, yes that's a good way for me to make sure the future of children is more assured
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November 24, 2017, 06:44:09 AM
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do not think that im going to have a loved ones but I'm saving bitcoins for my pension :g
You might be living on your own right now but if you decide to have a family of your own, you would have to look for extra income that will help in the daily expenses and for saving for the future. This is where bitcoin could come in handy as merely holding is already a very good investment strategy.
it is very good to store bitcoin for our children later. but, very difficult to do that, even more so if there is panic sales. there will be very many people who sell bitcoins, and we also want to sell bitcoins to avoid low prices.

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November 24, 2017, 06:50:03 AM
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Yeah, try to invest in bitcoin about 10% of your income every month and you or you children will be have well-off life if something the extra-ordinary does not happen.
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November 24, 2017, 06:58:50 AM
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do not think that im going to have a loved ones but I'm saving bitcoins for my pension :g
You might be living on your own right now but if you decide to have a family of your own, you would have to look for extra income that will help in the daily expenses and for saving for the future. This is where bitcoin could come in handy as merely holding is already a very good investment strategy.
Yes, that is exactly true. Having a family of our own is not easy in terms of financial expenses much more if we already have children that are already in school, the family needs is quietly increasing. That's what i am now, i'm always looking an alternative way of having additional income and i have found that bitcoin was fulfilling my financial needs for my family and to their future.

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November 24, 2017, 07:05:21 AM
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Like every other investment such as real estate, stocks and other forms of investment we know that you can invest in that kind of things and then you get something like say a Certificate or a Binding Document as a proof that you are part of that investment, now that of bitcoin all you have is just your address, your password, key and seeds as proof of the ownership of the wallet.

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So now if one is considering buying bitcoins and saving for his/her children in the future is there any way to do that with bitcoins apart from having to write down your details somewhere. I'm asking because with that kind of stuff if no one knows your seeds or password no one can get the coins. Huh Huh Huh

A wise thought, saving bitcoin for our children is a very important thing to me. Because bitcoin is a very valuable asset, more than gold, more than property.
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November 24, 2017, 07:12:47 AM
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Like every other investment such as real estate, stocks and other forms of investment we know that you can invest in that kind of things and then you get something like say a Certificate or a Binding Document as a proof that you are part of that investment, now that of bitcoin all you have is just your address, your password, key and seeds as proof of the ownership of the wallet.

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So now if one is considering buying bitcoins and saving for his/her children in the future is there any way to do that with bitcoins apart from having to write down your details somewhere. I'm asking because with that kind of stuff if no one knows your seeds or password no one can get the coins. Huh Huh Huh
yes, I am one of them who saving bitcoin for our children because in the future bitcoin have a very great value so that in the future bitcoin help me financially. In the future my children got a good knowledge by went to school with the help of bitcoin. All parents have a dream that their children become a good person in the world and become a gentlemen.

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November 24, 2017, 07:14:17 AM
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Yes I believe that bitcoin will going to be the currency of the future and it is just appropriate to save some as a long term investment, bitcoin in just a few years have establish its value more than that of gold and may still grow in the coming years, after all, the best time to plant a mango tree is 10 years ago, the next best time is now.

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November 24, 2017, 07:17:29 AM
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Of course, I'm trying to buy as many bitcoins as possible for both me and my kids, though. Bitcoin value is growing over time then why not invest in bitcoin for our future. To me, I see no investment opportunity better than bitcoin these days.  
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November 24, 2017, 07:22:50 AM
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really good idea.Most new digital currency enthusiasts hear first about Bitcoin, but there are thousands of other cryptocurrencies out there, and some have grown much faster than even Bitcoin.
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November 24, 2017, 07:46:44 AM
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Like every other investment such as real estate, stocks and other forms of investment we know that you can invest in that kind of things and then you get something like say a Certificate or a Binding Document as a proof that you are part of that investment, now that of bitcoin all you have is just your address, your password, key and seeds as proof of the ownership of the wallet.

BTC

So now if one is considering buying bitcoins and saving for his/her children in the future is there any way to do that with bitcoins apart from having to write down your details somewhere. I'm asking because with that kind of stuff if no one knows your seeds or password no one can get the coins. Huh Huh Huh

yes you save the bitcoin for the future of the child, because it is very profitable and very useful if they need money he can take or save money in bitcoin, make a note of private key in the know child so that they can access assets owned by their parents. but previously taught them not to wasteful.
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November 24, 2017, 08:03:45 AM
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This is really a good idea for all of us here in this community. We all know that bitcoin will boom in the nearest future we will take. So the thing we should do now is to save money for the next generations. And by the year it will boom, they will have many money.

I agree with this one, maybe we can try creating an account for our child and then earn some few bitcoins. Children nowadays are engaged in technologies despite of their young minds maybe once they are ten they can already manage an account. And bitcoin is a great source of income today what more in the generation of our children right?
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November 24, 2017, 08:09:29 AM
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I made a paper wallet for my son and I deposit a smaller amount of Bitcoins there every month. I kept it in a secret place that only me and another person knows.


i think i suport this idea, will also do the same with mine too.

This is a good idea. As soon as I have paid back the hypothecary credit, I will probably do the same for my kids.
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November 24, 2017, 08:14:36 AM
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Your idea is great. But you have to protect your wallet. Do not let hackers steal bitcoin before you have given them bitcoin. You must protect your private key, do not let anyone have any chance to know your private key.Smiley

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November 24, 2017, 08:34:43 AM
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Like every other investment such as real estate, stocks and other forms of investment we know that you can invest in that kind of things and then you get something like say a Certificate or a Binding Document as a proof that you are part of that investment, now that of bitcoin all you have is just your address, your password, key and seeds as proof of the ownership of the wallet.

BTC

So now if one is considering buying bitcoins and saving for his/her children in the future is there any way to do that with bitcoins apart from having to write down your details somewhere. I'm asking because with that kind of stuff if no one knows your seeds or password no one can get the coins. Huh Huh Huh
i will savings a 20% from my wages for the future of my children to support their schooling someday

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November 24, 2017, 08:38:59 AM
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Like every other investment such as real estate, stocks and other forms of investment we know that you can invest in that kind of things and then you get something like say a Certificate or a Binding Document as a proof that you are part of that investment, now that of bitcoin all you have is just your address, your password, key and seeds as proof of the ownership of the wallet.

BTC

So now if one is considering buying bitcoins and saving for his/her children in the future is there any way to do that with bitcoins apart from having to write down your details somewhere. I'm asking because with that kind of stuff if no one knows your seeds or password no one can get the coins. Huh Huh Huh

Buy 1 BTC now for your child and save it for him in the future, he will surely have a good financial status for his education by the help of those bitcoin

yes i would really agree with this its like investing and being a responsible parent at the same time because thinking about the future of the next generation is really important so they can have a comfortable life where they can continue what have you started..
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November 24, 2017, 08:45:01 AM
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Saving bitcoin for our children is a practical idea because no one can tell what happen tomorrow so its better to save money  or btc but before we can do that protect first our wallet and the private key  from hackers.Bitcoin is like an assets we can save it in how many years .

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