Mint, a personal financial management tool from Intuit, will let users view digital Bitcoin transactions processed by Coinbase along with their spending and saving in traditional bank accounts.

Coinbase provides a Bitcoin digital wallet platform with about 880,000 consumer wallets in use.

"This further demonstrates that Bitcoin is becoming more broadly adopted by consumers," said Fred Ehrsam, co-founder of Coinbase, in a press release.

Mint, meanwhile, can track data in accounts at more than 20,000 financial institutions and counts more than 13 million users. Mint competes with newer PFM companies like Level and Check.