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How Do You Trade Binance Futures in the US?

Binance Futures is one of the most popular cryptocurrency futures exchanges with a daily trading volume of over $1 billion. The platform allows users to trade a variety of cryptocurrencies with leverage of up to 125x.

In this article, we will show you how to trade Binance Futures in the US.

First, you need to create an account on and deposit some funds into your account.

Once you have deposited funds, you can go to the Futures trading page and select the contract you want to trade. There are two types of contracts on Binance Futures: perpetual and quarterly.

To trade perpetual contracts, you need to select the pair you want to trade, choose your leverage, and then place your order. You can place a market order or a limit order.

NOTE: WARNING: Trading Binance Futures in the US is only permitted for US persons who have met specific eligibility criteria. All US persons should consult their own legal counsel and/or tax advisor to ensure they are adequately informed of any potential risks associated with such trading activities. Furthermore, it is important to remember that the US has very strict regulations regarding financial services and cryptocurrencies and that any violation of these regulations may result in severe penalties.

A market order will be executed immediately at the best available price, while a limit order will only be executed at the price you specify.

To trade quarterly contracts, you first need to select the contract you want to trade from the list of available contracts. Then you need to enter the amount of contracts you want to buy or sell, choose your leverage, and place your order.

Quarterly contracts are settled every 3 months and are therefore more suited for long-term traders.

In both cases, you can choose to place a stop-loss order to limit your losses if the price moves against you. A take-profit order can also be used to lock in profits when the price reaches a certain level.

Binance Futures is a great platform for trading cryptocurrencies with leverage. However, it is important to remember that leveraged trading is risky and can result in losses that exceed your deposits.

Therefore, only trade with money you can afford to lose and always use stop-loss orders to protect your capital.

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