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Bitcoins may have gotten a bit more legit with the news that Mint, the widely used personal finance app from Intuit, is now integrating the virtual currency.

Mint is using the Coinbase digital wallet Bitcoin service, and in its announcement on Wednesday said this: “With more than 12 million Bitcoins in circulation, Coinbase supports the world’s most widely used alternative currency. Coinbase is the largest and fastest-growing Bitcoin digital wallet service in the United States which supports more than 870,000 consumer wallets, exceeding the customer base of many mid-sized traditional banks.”

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