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ERNIT is the digital piggy bank of the future, designed to help you teach your children how to manage and save money in a world of digital currencies. Inspired by traditional piggy banks, ERNIT was created to help parents teach their kids about value while putting a smile on their faces. ERNIT consists of an app and a smart piggy bank. The app enables you and your kids to set savings goals, and allows you and others to contribute money from nearby or far away. The piggy bank provides a physical way for kids to connect with their savings. They can hear when money is added, and the light on their piggy’s snout lets them know how far along they are toward reaching their goal.
The ERNIT app should be easily connected with the payment of your choosing – it can be anything from a credit card, a bank transfer or a Bitcoin wallet. Once the connection has been made, you can begin transferring money to your child’s piggy bank and cashing out should be done just as easily as putting money into the system including the use of Bitcoins of course. ERNIT is now on Kickstarter looking to get at least $80,000 USD pledged by users and already more than 100 people have backed the project. You can currently get an ERNIT for as low as $59 USD as a super early bird reward for backing the project, but you need to be quick as there are limited early bird units available and the regular retail price of the device will be $119 USD.
This is something interesting in terms of a project looking for crowdfunding on KickStarter, a feature-length documentary about the people who create and use crypto currencies. If you are looking for some interesting project to support and are into crypto currencies, then it can be all set. Though we are wondering why there are also no addresses present to help the project by actually donating crypto currencies and not supporting it with money (not on the KickStarter page, but on the official project website for example). The guys behind the project are apparently not only experienced in filmmaking, but are also into crypto mining themselves and they have some footage that they have shot already available, so you can take a look at it. Though so far it is mostly covering DogeCoin (not that it is bad), but they will need to do more than that, a lot more. The expected release of the full featured documentary movie called “Coined: The Story of Cryptocurrency” is expected to happen sometime by the end of next year if the crowdfunding is successful. If you like the idea and what you can see you have 29 more days to support the project and help it reach the goal of $72000 USD or if not, they can at least move to taking crypto currency donations from users that are willing to support their idea.