Mint helps its clients better manage their money. It aggregates your financial information from multiple sources including bank accounts, credit cards, loans, insurance and investments to provide informative views of what’s going on. You can then track, for example, how you’re spending money or which investments need attention. Then make better informed and well timed decisions on what to do you with your money.
Coinbase is America’s largest Bitcoin wallet with over 870,000 users. Mint users can now link their Coinbase wallets to the Mint app, providing a centralized view of their finances and crypto-finances. Especially in the still-volatile world of digital currency, customers are best equipped by having this information at their fingertips in case they need to act really fast.
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Mint joins the growing club of apps making wallet information even more easily accessible, such as KryptoKit.
It remains to be seen if Mint will integrate with other bitcoin wallet facilitators and how they’ll handle the challenges posed by differing technologies and security measures, such as cold storage.
With the increasing popularity and volatility of altcoins, it will be interesting to see if/when their wallets will be integrated to the suite.