Doku is a peer-to-peer payment method, where merchants can accept payments from consumers directly without having to go through a third party.
The Doku Network creates payment solutions for businesses and consumers, allowing them to exchange currencies for goods and services, without the need for intermediaries.
How does Doku work? When someone wants to buy something from your store, they can send a request for the purchase through their smartphone app or web browser—no need to enter any sensitive financial information like credit card numbers or bank accounts! Once they've sent their request, they'll receive an invoice which shows how much they owe and how much time is left before the transaction expires. With just one click they can pay with their credit card or debit card (which will be saved in their account) and voila! You've received payment.
Where is doku accepted? Doku is an Indonesia-based payment method. Over 3 million consumers use the service at over 150,000 merchant locations.
DoKu works by allowing merchants to add a plugin to their website or e-commerce store that allows them to accept cryptocurrency payments from customers. The customer then pays with their cryptocurrency wallet and the merchant receives the payment in their DoKu account.