Bitcoin Books & Games for Kids

Bitcoin Books & Games for Kids

The sooner you teach your kids about Bitcoin, the better prepared they will be for the future.

Here are some resources for parents and grandparents to help the little ones get a leg up on the future of money.

Bitcoin Books for kids

Bitcoin Money: A Tale of Bitville Discovering Good Money

The kids in Bitville realize they need a tool to help them trade with each other. As they explore using different types of money, a strange boy moves to town and suggests a new idea…

Bitcoin Money is a story for all ages which helps answer the question “Why Bitcoin?”

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Bitcoin for Kiddos Book

Journey down the rabbit hole to discover the world Bitcoin was invented in. 

Learn the basic concepts of money and currency to gain a better understanding of the importance of Bitcoin.  This engaging story is guaranteed to keep you asking questions long after the last page is read.

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Goodnight Bitcoin Book

Follow the story of Satoshi and Hal as they attempt to create the impossible, a new money called Bitcoin!

These smart little monsters will come together to change the world, one Bitcoin block at a time.

Will they reach their goal and take Bitcoin to the moon? Only time will tell.

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Bitcoin: The Future of Money (Kids Guide)

A beautifully illustrated book for both kids and adults about Bitcoin and money.

The story focuses on a time traveler who has come back from the future to teach us about the future of money but before we can learn about the future we take a history trip to learn about the money of the past, present-day versions of money and the future of money.

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Bitcoin Smart Kids: Teaching Kids of Every Age About Bitcoin

Learn about bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies from the creator of bitcoin himself. This fun guide is taught by Satoshi Nakamoto, the unknown person who created bitcoin in 2008.

Satoshi teaches where bitcoins come from, how to keep them safe and more. You will also learn about other cryptocurrencies in the bitcoin family. This is an easy-to-understand and fun way to learn about cryptocurrencies and bitcoin for kids of any age.

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B is for Bitcoin

B is for Bitcoin teaches readers their ABCs using terminology used in the Bitcoin world like Altcoin, Bitcoin, Consensus, and more!

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Bitcoin Games for kids

SHAmory Bitcoin Card Game

Shamory is a STEM Authenticated Bitcoin card game for kids and adults. It is the perfect mixture of fun and education for anyone interested in learning about Bitcoin. Learn the basics of how mining works while earning Bitcoin rewards for each block you mine.

SHAmory players will not only have a blast while playing, they will also be exposed to key features that have kept the Bitcoin network secure over the past decade. This simple exposure will help individuals become more comfortable with Bitcoin and create the next generation of Bitcoin HODLers. So grab a friend or two and start mining today!

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The Bitcoin Game – Coming soon

This looks really cool. Creator Craig Deutsch says the Bitcoin Game started as an educational activity to explain Bitcoin in a simple, easy-to-understand, and hands-on way and having fun learning about the Bitcoin Network.

The original activity has gone through many adaptations to become what you are helping launch today. It is quite different from the lesson I created at first, but the end result is still the same: players will learn about the complexities of Bitcoin in a simple, easy-to-understand, and intuitive way.

Some of the concepts include: mining (hashing/target), block reward, halving, difficulty adjustments, mining pools, the importance of running a node and owning a hardware wallet/signing device, bitcoin gaining value over time, and more!

There’s even some Bitcoin memes in there for fun.

Craig is raising money to bring the Bitcoin Game to market. You can learn more on

Closing + Ask for you…

Do you know of a great Bitcoin educational resource for kids?

I would love to hear about it and add it to this post. Please comment below or mention me on Twitter.

Thanks for reading!

Happy stacking. 🙂

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