Cheddar Up's alternatives and competitors

See how Cheddar Up compares to similar products. Cheddar Up's top competitors include Venmo, PayPal, and Eventbrite.

Venmo is a company that offers applications that enable users to transfer money via mobile devices.

Cheddar Up vs. Venmo

Why does Cheddar Up win vs. Venmo

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Venmo is peer to peer and falls down when it comes to large group collecting.
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    PayPal operates an online payment platform. Its platform allows users to send and receive money or make an online payment. The company serves both individuals and busin…

    Cheddar Up vs. PayPal

    Why does Cheddar Up win vs. PayPal

    User Experience

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    PayPal is is focused on Peer to peer and SMB. It is not ideal for the kind of flexible collecting and features that groups and organizations require.
  • Eventbrite is a provider of online event management and ticketing services. The company has built a broad technology platform to enable creators to solve many challenge…

    Cheddar Up vs. Eventbrite

    Why does Cheddar Up win vs. Eventbrite

    User Experience

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    Eventbrite is made only for groups, while Cheddar Up is flexible and can be used for events AND so much more - such as selling, registrations, donations, etc.
  • Block (NYSE: SQ) is a global technology company with a focus on financial services. Made up of Square, Cash App, Spiral, TIDAL, and TBD54566975, we build tools to help …

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