It is possible to use wallet without blockchain, in remote mode it will be connected to the remote node. This allows to get fully functional wallet in minutes. Just select remote node in settings and restart wallet if you're using GUI, or run simplewallet from CLI suite with --daemon-address or --daemon-host & --daemon-port flags. It is quite safe, the node can't steal your coins.
Cryptonote coin's wallets can operate through remote daemon without downloading blockchain. It allows to start working quickly when needed. It is quite safe as remote daemon can't steal your coins, running own node is more secure of course. To work through remote daemon in simplewallet you need to specify remote daemon's address with flag for example --daemon-address=node.parsicoin.net:18231, in GUI you can just select remote node in settings or add custom one.
To start own ParsiCoin remote node all is needed is just a machine with static IP and open port. Machine should have enough CPU power to handle load when parsing blockchain for connected wallets, it can be even spare PC at home. On such machine you can run ParsiCoin daemon specifying a wallet address where fees would go like this:
You can check if your node is running opening its IP in browser like this http://node.parsicoin.net:18231/feeaddress