Lightweight Wallet



Fujicoin's official wallet.
It is an amazingly lightweight and highly secure wallet.
It is available on the download page.


Mobile Electrum-FJC

Mobile version of Fujicoin's official wallet.
It is an amazingly lightweight and highly secure wallet.
Fujicoin.org strongly recommends Electrum-FJC.
It is available on the download page.



Open source multicurrency wallet supporting BIP-32 + BIP44.
It is an amazingly lightweight and highly secure wallet.
Moreover, it is easy to use even on a smartphone.
Web version: https://monya-wallet.github.io/wallet/
Android app: Google Play

Hardware Wallet



TREZOR is the authority of hardware wallet.
By connecting TREZOR to the electrum-FJC, you can get the highest security. You can also use Fujicoin with TREZOR Wallet (Web wallet). Please refer to the link below.


ARCHOS Safe-T mini

Safe-T mini features a very stylish design.
By connecting Safe-T mini to the electrum-FJC, you can get the highest security.

Fujicoin Core Wallet

The Fujicoin core wallet is based on the well known Bitcoin Core QT wallet. Anyone familiar with this one will be up and running with the Fujicoin wallet in very little time.

How to Install the Core Wallet


Unzip to anywhere you like. Then open Fujicoin folder, execute fujicoin-qt.exe.
The first time you run the wallet, it will take an extended period of time to synchronize your DB to the Fujicoin network.
Your DB is found in C:\Users\[UserName]\AppData\Roaming\Fujicoin folder.

How to install in a short period of time

The first time you install the wallet, it will take a very long time, currently around 12 hours, to synchronize with the Fujicoin network. In the future, this time will be even longer as the transaction ledger increases in volume. Therefore, we here at Fujicoin have devised a method which allows you to install the functioning wallet in approximately 30 minutes. If you use this method, you will have the ability to download the latest database once a month by clicking here .
Instructions for this abbreviated wallet download function are as follows:

  • Unzip downloaded database to \Users\[UserName]\AppData\Roaming\Fujicoin\ .
  • Database has been unpacked under Roaming\Fujicoin .
  • Start fujicoin-qt.exe you already obtained.

Very simple! This updating method can also be used if it has been a long time since you last synced your Fujicoin wallet.

  • Delete old database.
  • Unzip downloaded database similarly above.
  • Start fujicoin-qt.exe

Using this process will enable you to synchronize your wallet to the network in a short period of time.

Example of configuration file: fujicoin.conf

You can set the following parameters as necessary.
Place the configuration file in: Roaming\Fujicoin\


Wallet Address Tool

BIP39 Tool is a tool to generate a set of various address, public key, and private key. Professional knowledge is necessary but it helps recovery of assets etc. in case of emergency.
Trial: https://iancoleman.io/bip39/
Note: It is not recommended to enter Mnemonic, Passphrase or Secret Key on an external site. You should save it with a name or download it, then run it in your local environment.
GitHub: https://github.com/iancoleman/bip39
Download: Download bip39-standalone.html

Paper Wallet

Paper wallet functionality is available to Fujicoin users. It can be obtained from the download page. Instructions for its use can be found here.
It should be noted that in order to deposit into your PC wallet using the private key, you will need to use the console of the debug window. Please execute the following command in the console.
importprivkey [private key]