With the rise of peer-to-peer payment apps such as Venmo, Zelle and granddaddy PayPal, Snap Inc. is giving up on the space with plans to shut down Snapcash.

The feature will no longer be available as of Aug. 30.

Snapcash was Snap’s first collaboration with another company. Snapchat partnered with Square Inc. (NYSE: SQ) to bring the Square Cash concept to the disappearing messaging app.

Snapchat users can swipe into chat and type a dollar sign and an amount. Snapcash recognizes the dollar-sign tag, and a green payments button appears. Tap the green button to transfer the cash. The feature is linked to a Snapchatter’s debit card.

But a tipster alerted TechCrunch to code in Snapchat’s Android app that suggested the feature is coming to an end, and a Snap (NYSE: SNAP) spokesperson confirmed, “Yes, we’re discontinuing the Snapcash feature as of Aug. 30, 2018.