Link.deposit

SDK v1.3.30+ used with Link UI supports different ways to deposit ETH and whitelisted ERC20 tokens, for example, USDC, GODS or IMX tokens.

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Currency support

Right now, Immutable X only supports ETH and whitelisted ERC20 tokens.

Immutable X is not prescriptive in how marketplaces handle the deposit process. There are several optional parameters you can use for your marketplace, to influence the user journey for the deposit.

Available parameters:

{
  type: ETH,
  amount?: PositiveNumberStringC
}

{
  amount: PositiveNumberStringC
}

{
  type: ERC20,
  tokenAddress: EthAddress,
  symbol: string,
  amount?: PositiveNumberStringC
}

Usage

If a marketplace provides only amount, or ETH type with amount, the system will deposit in ETH. This can be used when a marketplace only wants to allow deposits in ETH and / or wants to style the deposit form with their own branding.

link.deposit({
    amount: '0.1'
});

// or

link.deposit({
    type: 'ETH',
    amount: '0.1'
});

If a marketplace provides token information and amount, users will be asked to confirm the deposit. This can be used when users are provided with a shortcut like "deposit 1 GODS token", or if the marketplace wants to style the deposit form for branding purposes.

link.deposit({
    amount: '10',
    type: 'ERC20',
    symbol: 'USDC',
    tokenAddress: '0x07865c6e87b9f70255377e024ace6630c1eaa37f',
});

If a marketplace provides only token information, users will be asked to provide an amount and confirm the deposit. This can be used when users are provided with a shortcut like "deposit GODS" or, again, to add brand-specific styling to the form.

link.deposit({
    type: 'ERC20',
    symbol: 'GODS',
    tokenAddress: '0x4c04c39fb6d2b356ae8b06c47843576e32a1963e',
});

If a marketplace provides no parameters, users will be asked to select a currency and the amount before confirming the deposit. This can be used if marketplaces prefer to rely on currencies and forms with Immutable branding.

link.deposit();

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