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November 05, 2017, 05:44:55 AM
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Nice analogy...i will most definitely apply this next time i have a seminar on bitcoin. They say if you cant explain something to  7year old...then youbdont understand that thing enough. Thanks man
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November 05, 2017, 05:52:26 AM
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I think easy way to explain and teach bitcoin to child is telling them that bitcoin is new money on internet
the process to makes bitcoin is like the gold by mining, it is one of many easy way to explain about the bitcoin
the other way is learning by doing, it is will be more easy to be understood by the child
than just teori without any practice, remember memory of children are very fast than the old people.

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November 05, 2017, 06:41:58 AM
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I already saw this example from the opening post. And I tried to explain it to my child on his basis. But anyway, I think that the most important condition for understanding bitcoins by a child requires his interest and the associated knowledge, like mathematics...

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November 05, 2017, 06:56:12 AM
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Do you think an 8 years kid can shoe interest to know about this bitcoin? 1st of all the kids don't know why their parents go for work and why we need money in that age. 99% kids are same, and only 1% kids may be understood that is also not sure.

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November 05, 2017, 07:33:28 AM
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i don't think that our children will understand how bitcoin work and what they can do with bitcoin but maybe we can teach or giving some examples to them so they can know that there is an investment that they can use for their future. i think we can asked to play a games base in bitcoin so they can slowly to understand bitcoin and if they are grow up, they can learn by theirselves. i think its good if we can teach our children to prepare their own future so they can know that they should follow new technology and using the technology to search new way for better life.

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November 05, 2017, 07:40:54 AM
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What an interesting way to explain how bitcoin works but explain this to a child and he or she would get lost in the middle of it all, explain it even to a smarter kid and then you should be ready to answer a lot of questions until you get tired of answering them. The best shot however is the video which I feel can do it better but still, this would not really interest most kids. For a layman though, rather than wasting all my spit, this would be a good way to start explaining.
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November 05, 2017, 07:42:22 AM
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If you are going to teach it with the child who is 7 year old, you are going to use the word that can easily understand or comprehend them, but it really depends on the child if the child is not interested they will not easily understand it coz we all know that age is not the age that a child will give time to understand it. There is a child who are very curious but only few.

I agree with this. Children might be somehow get bored when you just plainly explain what it is. However there can be some solution for that like making a visual aids to teach Bitcoin through animations and interactive videos to make it eye-catching and it will catch their interest to listen and follow the lessons being taught.
that is true. because if we are going to explain it with a 7 years old child like the way that bitcoins inttoduced us by our friends surely a child cannot understand us and not be interested. anyway, a smart child can understand if we are going to make samples like bitcoins can buy them any more toys that they want more than a money can. in that way they will become interested and willing to listen further information about bitcoins.
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November 05, 2017, 07:51:17 AM
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The main question is why is it needed? At 7 years old, the child must play in the designer, play football, go out with friends, eat sweets, enjoy childhood, and you load it with information that may not even interest him.

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November 05, 2017, 07:59:37 AM
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That is a good explanation. Thought i knew a lot about Bitcoin until i tried to explain it to a mate
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November 05, 2017, 08:03:50 AM
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Good explanation mate. I might take a page or two out of your book!
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November 08, 2017, 04:58:20 AM
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Good explanation mate. I might take a page or two out of your book!

Sure, make sure to credit the original source.

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November 08, 2017, 07:58:42 AM
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If you are going to teach it with the child who is 7 year old, you are going to use the word that can easily understand or comprehend them, but it really depends on the child if the child is not interested they will not easily understand it coz we all know that age is not the age that a child will give time to understand it. There is a child who are very curious but only few.
True enough. But if that's the case that you're going to teach a 7 yr old kid, the best thing to do for them to get interested and hook up, provide catchy materials and be creative. Then ask them, "what toys do you want to get?" Surely, they will cite many. So that's the time to introduce them about Bitcoinm

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November 08, 2017, 08:00:04 AM
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I believe that the easiest way to get a person to give your his attention when you want to explain bitcoin to him is to mention the money first. Make him believe he can get paid later when he starts working and you get his full attention. It's the same way i used it when i introduced bitcoin to a friend of mine. Then you start explaining the basic rules and information like the value of bitcoin and the use of bitcoin. It all comes easy if he wants to really learn. The most important thing is how to make him want to be a part of bitcoin community.

I agree. Money always speaks to anyone. If you would explain the concept and even the potential of bitcoin, I hardly think that anyone would be interested, not even a seven year old, but if you would explain what it can do, its benefits and the potential money it can bring anyone whether a young or old person would definitely lend an ear to listen.

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November 08, 2017, 08:03:22 AM
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I think, there is no surefire to teach bitcoin but it depends on the person if she/he want really to be inform or what, it depends always it always seem impossible to a 7y/o to teach btc but who know you know how.

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November 08, 2017, 08:19:06 AM
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First, you must take a research about the background and informations of bitcoin.Second, as a bitcoin user you also need to explain what's your experience or what did you get in bitcoin.

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November 08, 2017, 04:01:14 PM
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I think something like teaching bitcoin to children is still not useful, because they themselves are not too interested in money, what's more bitcoin, preferably in their young age, more used to play and study at school instead of trying to make money or bitcoin

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November 08, 2017, 04:03:54 PM
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Good one, I've read that before too. Wasn't it titled as "How to explain bitcoin to a 5 year old"?  Actually I myself understood a lot about bitcoin after reading this article of yours.
Thanks again for writing this.
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November 08, 2017, 04:08:03 PM
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If you are going to teach it with the child who is 7 year old, you are going to use the word that can easily understand or comprehend them, but it really depends on the child if the child is not interested they will not easily understand it coz we all know that age is not the age that a child will give time to understand it. There is a child who are very curious but only few.
I think its hard to teach the child who is 7 years old because the set up their mind is on playing toys and on playing on friends but if you want to teach them you must use appropriate word where they can understand it easily and clearly. Lastly, I think you would have diffuculties in teaching them but if they some interest on it they will really understand it.

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November 08, 2017, 04:45:34 PM
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Some 7 year olds or kids in general will be curious when they hear their parents talking about Bitcoin and it's good to tell them; why wouldn't you explain it if you knew how to in an engaging/relatable story like this? This could be used for people of any age though.
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November 08, 2017, 04:52:44 PM
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Nice analogy...i will most definitely apply this next time i have a seminar on bitcoin. They say if you cant explain something to  7year old...then youbdont understand that thing enough. Thanks man

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