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The use is certainly there. You can look at any block explorer to see that.
And see what exactly, there are a lot of transactions, yes, but it doesn't tell you anything about what they're for.
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I am sure that you are aware though that crypto rose in popularity massively in the last few years, it's easy to make it look like criminal related activities have fallen in frequency. They may have not fallen at all, it's just that the number of those who don't use it for that has increased by a lot more.
And also I have to point out the obvious, there is no reliable way to know any of this for sure. One thing for sure is that crypto made it easier than ever to hide money away.