PxQuest Guide
Immutable X
IMX is best!
Immutable X (IMX) is an environmentally-friendly, carbon neutral NFT alternative to Ethereum mainnet where you can trade your PxQuest NFTs. This is where you will find your mounts, pets and other game-relevant gear dropped.
If you would like to remove your NFT from IMX, you can follow this guide to do so

  1. 1.
    Go to IMX tools https://imxtools.io/withdrawal to begin the withdrawal process
  2. 2.
    Connect your wallet on IMX tools (top right button)
  3. 3.
    Click "Prepare" and select the token you wish to withdraw.
Before doing this - keep a tab open with your item page (you will need to refresh this later)
You will get a pop up for IMX to approve. Click through all the prompts and approve the withdrawal.
Don't panic your item will now disappear from your inventory on IMX. You can still access the item page by navigating to https://market.x.immutable.com/assets/{insert the contract here}/{insert the token id here}.

You will know when your NFT is ready to withdraw to the mainnet when the text circled on the item page on IMX marketplace says “Withdrawable” (note - this is NOT the same as “preparing to withdraw”).
If the circle text above says "Withdrawable" go back to imxtools (https://imxtools.io/withdrawal) and this time click ‘complete’ and select your NFT and then ‘Complete Withdrawal’.

After clicking confirm above, you will get two popups from metamask one after another, which will ask you to perform two transactions:
  1. 1.
    If this is your first time ever withdrawing an NFT from IMX there will be an initial transaction to register your wallet in the IMX mainnet contract (you only need to do this once).
  2. 2.
    The second transaction you will be asked to sign is the ‘Withdraw and Mint’ transaction, which actually does the minting to mainnet. It may take a minute between the two transactions - just wait for the metamask confirmation pop up
DONE! When you see the screen below you are done! Your NFT should appear in your mainnet wallet within a few minutes
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