How can money laundering realistically be detected if analysis is made difficult through obfuscation?

I understand theres blockchain analysis, but if you just create an NFT and a wallet containing X amount of money, but you use a wallet that doesn’t take personal information, masks IP, mixes bitcoins/cryptocurrency (to obsfucate the transactions and make chain analysis impossible). After that’s all said and done, is there really hard evidence preventing proof of funds. “Oh I made an NFT and someone in X country bought it for X amount of money”.


Realistically what can they do, whether it be realtors trying to make you come up with proof of funds, or financial systems demanding proof of funds. Is there really anything stopping money laundering with NFT’s?

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