For you to start trading Futures on Binance, there's a requirement where you need to "activate" this option, namely you need to pass a test, devoted to the knowledge of Futures trading.
Following the link, you can find a video, which covers all the steps to open a Futures wallet on Binance.
Below we shared the list of the steps in a written form.
1. In the menu choose Derivatives --> USDS-M Futures
2. On the right side of the opened section familiarise yourself with the risks of Futures trading and proceed with an Open now button.
3. After a Futures trading menu is opened, click on either Buy/Long or Sell/Short.
4. In an opened window with the tutorial please click on Start Quiz.
5. To activate access to Futures trading, you need to give a correct answer to all 14 questions.
Below is the list with these questions and correct answers so that you can have a small practice.
Please note! Futures trading is a highly risky endeavour, with the potential for both great profits and significant losses. Please be aware that in the event of extreme price movement, there is a chance that all margin balance in your futures wallet may be liquidated. Futures trading is restricted for users from certain regions.
1. Which of the following action should you take when you fail to place an order?
Correct - Check your network, save screenshots or related information, and ask for help from customer service. (answer #2)
2. There is a maximum size limit for each order. Which action should you take when you receive this type of error message?
Correct - Divide the large order into several smaller orders. (answer #3)
3. Which of the following description of Stop-Market Order is correct?
Correct - The order will be executed at the market price once the price hits the trigger price. But the executed price may not be equal to the trigger price. (answer #2)
4. Which of the following description of the Stop-Limit Order is correct?
Correct - The order will be placed at the limit price once the price hits the trigger price. But the limit order may not necessarily be filled as the latest market price may have moved away from the limit price. (answer #1)
5. Which of the following description of Profit and Loss (PnL) is correct?
Correct - Realized PnL is calculated based on the opening price and the closing price after a position is closed. (answer #3)
6. What is the maximum loss that may occur in futures trading?
Correct - All the money in my futures wallet (answer #1)
7. Which coin can be used as margin for a Coin-margined futures?
Correct - The base asset of this future. For example, I can use BTC as margin when I trade BTCUSD future. (answer #2)
8. When a futures position is liquidated, what price is it based on?
Correct - Mark Price (answer #3)
9. Futures fees include:
Correct - Commissions, Insurance Clear Fees and Funding Fees while holding positions. (answer #2)
10. Are you aware that after a futures position is liquidated, in addition to the loss of the position, an Insurance Clear Fee will occur, which may decrease your futures wallet balance to zero? p.s. Insurance Clear Fee = Position nominal value * Liquidation fee rate
Correct - Yes, I am aware of the existence and calculation of the Insurance Clear Fee and the risks that may cause the balance to return to zero. (answer #2)
11. . What kind of behaviour should I avoid when engaging in futures trading?
Correct - Strong gambling, trading addictions, continuous losses, and blaming others. (answer #3)
12. To continue trading on futures, I have:
Correct - Understood the rules and risks of futures trading, and I agree that any loss incurred during futures trading is my own responsibility regardless of the platform. (answer #2)
13. Due to network delays, system failures and other possible factors which may lead to suspension or deviation of Binance Futures service execution, Binance will use commercially reasonable efforts to ensure but not promise that Binance Futures service system runs effectively. Binance shall not be liable for the final execution results due to the above factors.
Correct - Agree (answer #1)
14. In the event of a service disruption on Binance Futures, you may use the “close all positions” function to cancel all orders and close all open positions. However, due to unpredictable factors, the final execution result of this function might deviate from your expectations, and Binance shall not be liable for the final results.
Correct - Agree (answer #1)
As soon as you are done answering the questions, click on Submit. Should all the answers be correct, the interface of Futures trading will be activated.
6. To start trading Futures you need to transfer USDT from your spot wallet to Futures. When transferring no fees are charged by Binance. For that please simply click on the Transfer button in the right menu, enter the desired amount and proceed with the Confirm button.
Congratulations! You are now all set to start trading Futures on Binance.