Here is walkthrough for one of the popular software wallet - https://MyEtherWallet.com . The following step will let you create a valid STORJ token address if you do not already have one. If you already have a compatible STORJ payout address, or an address made with another ERC20 compatible wallet such as Parity or Mist, you can skip this article.
First we will add a STORJ ERC20 payout address. STORJ is the name of the token which is used to pay the farmers for renting out their storage space. STORJ has a monetary value and divisibility which makes it suitable as a means of payment. To create a new payout address, you can use any compatible ethereum wallet; we use https://www.myetherwallet.com/ (MEW) here as example. There are many other options available; Storj Labs does not endorse any particular wallet, please choose the one you are most comfortable with.
On the MEW website, enter a strong password of your liking into the "Enter a password" field and then click on "Create New Wallet", see Figure 3.1.
Now download the Keystore File and save it to a safe location (e.g. a USB flash drive) and be sure to make multiple backups of your passphrase and Keystore file in different locations to assure that you will not accidentally lose it.. Also do not forget to write down the password for the Keystore file you entered in the previous step. Next click on “I understand. Continue."
Now save the private key to a safe location as you did with the password and print the paper wallet. Saving the private key and printing the paper wallet are not mandatory but highly advisable for maximum security. Be sure to keep these keys offline as much as possible. Once done click on "Next: Save your Address"
Do NOT use an exchange wallet address, the micropayments wont work with an exchanges' deposit addresses.
You will lose your payments, if you would use an exchanges' deposit address instead of your wallet.