Getting Started

Getting Started If you are ready to connect to public ledgers, you can use the step-by-step guide below to connect, using your Windows, Linux, MacOS, or mobile device.

1) Install a Compatible Wallet

Your wallet will be the gateway that will allow you to connect to either the public or any private ledgers you deploy, and will enable you to send and receive funds, NFTs, and connect to Web 3 applications on the internet.

It is important to keep your information secure, and setup your wallet on a device that is free of viruses and other malicious threats, as well as not publicly accessible.

To start the process, you will need to install and setup a compatible wallet to connect to a ledger, and start using PHI Smart Chain.

We recommend that you only use officially supported wallets, as unsupported wallets can pose a direct threat to your funds, finances, and assets.

Please be aware that it you are solely responsible for protecting your funds and assets on PHI Network, and due to the decentralized nature of the Smart Chain, PHI Support has no means of recovering stolen or locked funds. Although Funds Are Not Recoverable PHI Labs Has Launched A Novel Protocol Called PHI.Insure That Insures Each Wallet Address Up To $1,000,000,000 In PHI To Protect You In Case Of Stolen or Lost Funds.

2) Setup Your Wallet

This step will be different depending on the wallet you chose, but some basic principles apply when setting up your wallet:

  • A wallet software can take various forms, and be compatible with various different devices. You can have wallets on browser extensions, desktops, and mobile devices, and you can have them all synchronized and integrated, so you can carry and use your digital assets anywhere you go.

  • If you decide to use any of the alternative compatible wallets, besides alpha wallet, you will normally, need to manually add PHI Smart Chain to the list of supported networks, and you can use the Wallet Setup tutorial to get some help with that.

  • You can set up various different wallets/accounts under a single mnemonic phrase - or seed phrase. Make sure this phrase is safely stored and protected, as anyone that has it can access your wallets and submit transactions.

  • Each individual wallet will have a public key, which are referred to as your wallet address, and a private key, which can be used to add your wallet to different devices, and wallet software. Make sure to protect your private keys very well, as they anyone that has it will be able to access your wallet and sign transactions with it.

Create a New Smart Chain Wallet Using PHI Holdings

Additional Wallet Setup Configurations.

How To Import PHI Network Profile Wallet Private Key

3) Get Some PHI (Φ) Or Phicash (Φ$)

Once you have your wallet setup and connected to PHI Smart Chain, it's time for you to get some PHI (Φ) or Phicash (Φ$). There are a few ways you can get some:

PHI (Φ) is PHI network's native and primary token.

Phicash (Φ$) Is An Algorithmic Stable Coin Pegged To The United States Dollar ($USD).

4) Start using it!

If you got this far, you are ready to start using PHI Smart Chain! You might want to explore our ecosystem of dApps and platforms, and discover the brave new world awaiting for you out there.We also strongly recommend you to join our public community groups, as there you will find fellow users and friends, and engage on interesting conversations.

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