Money management app Mint has struck a deal with Coinbase that will let users view their bitcoin transactions alongside more traditional financial accounts.
Intuit-owned Mint links its 14 million users to more than 20,000 different banks, credit cards, loan and investment accounts, allowing them to view their financial statements in one place.
Now it is moving into the fast-growing crypto-currency sphere through Coinbase, America's largest bitcoin wallet, which already claims more than 870,000 customers.
Mint users will be able to link their Coinbase wallets, letting them view all of their bitcoin transactions and data alongside their bank account and card information.
Vince Maniago, group product manager, Mint, says: "This added feature better serves consumers' changing financial needs and provides users with a more complete financial picture."