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President Donald Trump’s acting attorney general, Matthew Whitaker, once served on an advisory board at World Patent Marketing, a firm that reportedly claimed to be working on a "theoretical time travel commodity." So reports The Next Web.

The cryptocurrency project was set to create "Time Travel X," which would be pegged to the value of Bitcoin. The company was ultimately fined $26 million for allegedly duping investors, but Whitaker has denied knowledge of any fraudulent practices.

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