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Coinbase, Mint announce Bitcoin personal finance integration

Sunday 2 February 2014 | 01:37 CET | News
US-based Bitcoin wallet provider Coinbase has signed a partnership agreement with Mint, the personal finance app from Intuit. Mint users can now view their digital bitcoin transactions processed by Coinbase alongside their traditional financial accounts. Mint provides personalized financial insights to 14 million users and links users to over 20,000 different banks, credit cards, loan and investment accounts, allowing them to view their financial statements in one place. As a result of this agreement, Mint becomes the first personal finance and money management tool enabling users to view

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Companies: Intuit / MINT
Countries: World
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