Does someone here actually know the law?

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Does someone here actually know the law?

Bright idea: We all know that "buying" and "selling" Bitcoin with fiat is called money laundering today, unless done through the proper fiat franchised exchanges. But I don't believe that trading something of value, say a table lamp or a bag of potato chips, for Bitcoin can be restricted if fiat is not involved.

What if we traded our silver and gold coins, lawful money from a forgotten era, for Bitcoin? Would the Feds have jurisdiction to prosecute? Sock drawers for sats!

UPDATE: Added "selling" Bitcoin, which is apparently the restricted act.