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Move your funds from a CEX to Immutable zkEVM with LayerSwap
Move your funds from a CEX to Immutable zkEVM with LayerSwap
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Written by Corey
Updated over a week ago

LayerSwap now supports Immutable zkEVM and is also now embedded in Toolkit with two new options (Fast Multichain Bridge and CEX Deposit). This gives customers the option of using a more centralised bridge to bridge their ETH with:

Things to note before you get started

  • Currently you can only move Ethereum (ETH) and USDC from another chain to your Immutable zkEVM wallet.

  • To use this function you will need to move a minimum of ~$10 USD otherwise the transaction will not be processed by LayerSwap

  • Ensure that your pop-up blocker is deactivated or configured to allow pop-ups from your wallet to appear on screen seamlessly

  • Make sure that you have your Passport wallet address handy by navigating to https://toolkit.immutable.com/balances/

    • Connect your Passport

    • Select the gear icon for settings ⚙️

    • Copy the address to be used later in the process

Process

  • To start adding funds to your wallet that are currently stored on a supported centralised exchange you will need to use the Immutable Toolkit

  • Select the exchange source you want to swap from

  • Select the token that you want to receive

  • Select the To Immutable zkEVM address context and enter your zkEVM address you want to swap funds to

  • Enter the amount you want to swap

  • Choose the refuel option to receive a small amount of IMX for gas fees.

  • Select Swap now

  • View the details of the swap and if you agree with the values select OK

  • Copy the Deposit address 0x663f8866849cfbf7f4c050098df88e767596064f

  • Finish by logging in to your centralised exchange account and transfer the specified asset in the specified amount to the Deposit address from the step above

Congrats you have now moved your funds over to your Immutable zkEVM wallet!

⚠️ Please note your transfer may take a few minutes. Sometimes transfers can get stuck or fail if this occurs please contact LayerSwap's support team directly via email: support@layerswap.io to help resolve the issue.

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