Can Bitcoins be exchanged for professionally licensed services by persons who are NOT licensed? For those folks, receiving cash would normally be a Blackmarket Racket since only licensees, the governments approved vendors, may partake in those business activities.
Persons can dispense all sorts of professional services as long as they aren’t for "business" or "pay". Good hearted family, friends, neighbors and colleagues do it all the time. It’s a basic freedom we as Americans understand, to not be controlled like individuals were in the USSR etc.
Hypothetically, if neighborA were to dispense Legal Advice for PAY, yet NOT be a licensed attorney, then neighborA would be involved in an illegal operation according to political regulations. NeighborA, however, could in fact give that same advice, and on any other matter they like...taxes, medical, legal etc., as long as they DON’T do it for business.
So, can these folks legally receive bitcoins? Or, is that considered Pay and Business?