A list of wallets you can use to connect to PHI Network & PHI Smart Chain.
List of Supported Wallets
You will need a wallet to use PHI Smart Chain. As you will find many compatible wallets out there, we officially support only the ones listed below, and strongly advise you to give them preference over untested and unknown wallet providers, as it can result in all your funds and assets being at risk.
Φ Smart Chain
Step By Step Guide To Walk You Through The PHI Holdings Wallet Features & Functions.
This Is The Recommended Wallet For Ease Of Use On A Mobile Devices To Interact With PHI Smart Chain. Noncustodial Solution For Sending, Receiving, Storing PHI, & Exchanging PHI20 Tokens.
Back Up PHI Network Native Non-Custodial Smart Chain Wallet
PHI Noncustodial Wallet
Available as a browser extension and as a mobile app, PHI Wallet equips you with a key vault, secure login, token wallet, everything you need to manage, receive & send your digital assets. One of the Special Features of this wallet is ability to create a paper wallet.
AlphaWallet is the only self-custodial wallet, that’s 100% open source. Production Ready, simply customize for your tokens and launch your MVP in 1/5 of the time. Built by web3 engineers, for the community.
If you have developed a wallet that is compatible with PHI Network, you can submit your Github repository link to have it listed here. We will stress-test your code, and if it fulfills our requirements and is to the satisfaction of our integration team, your wallet will be listed as officially supported.The requirements for new wallets to be officially supported are:
Have a verifiable open-source code, preferably hosted on Github;
Have a reputable and competent team behind the project;
Support both native and PHI20 token transactions at minimum;