Big things are taking place for Bitcoin in Indonesia. DOKU, the country’s leading e-wallet, has joined OKLink’s blockchain payout network. As a result, this collaboration will expand OKLink’s payment availability in Indonesia, allowing for faster global transfers. A significant step forward for the recently formed blockchain money transfer network.
The partnership between DOKU and OKLink will offer a new payout option for real-time money transfers to Indonesia. Having the option of getting paid through a digital wallet brings more convenience to the table. After all, Indonesia is warming up to the concept of using electronic money as of late.
To be more precise, electronic money is reaching a significant transaction milestone. At the end of 2015, a total of US$394m was transferred across the country in electronic form. Numbers for the year 2016 are expected to be even higher, as more consumers and enterprises flock to e-money transfers.
OKLink Welcomes Strategic Partner DOKU
All of this is made possible due to the low credit card penetration in the country. With barely 6% of the entire population using a payment card, there is lots of room for other competitors. Additionally, less than one in four residents have access