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Hminers Disrupts the Cryptocurrency Market with Powerful, Multi-Algorithm Mining Rigs

<div> <h4 align="center">Hminers continues to hit the headlines in the rapidly expanding global market for cryptocurrency. The Miami-based company has recently introduced three extremely powerful, multi-algorithm mining rigs that have been designed to provide maximum hash rate with minimum power consumption.</h4> <p align="left">MIAMI, </p>…...
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Temperature remains high Friday

<p>Taipei--Due to a high pressure system over the Pacific that has blanketed Taiwan in recent weeks, daytime highs across most parts of the country were forecast to hover between 33-35 degrees Celsius on Friday, with greater Taipei likely to see …</p>
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Taiwan shares open lower

<p>Taipei--The Taiwan Stock Exchange's main index opened down 44.54 points Friday at 10,324.83 on turnover of NT$1.734 billion (US$57.04 million).</p><p></p><p></p><p>Source: Focus Taiwan News Channel</p><p>…</p>
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CPC chairman stepping down

<p>Taipei--CPC Corp, Taiwan (CPC) Chairman Chen Chin-de (???) offered to resign Friday to assume responsibility for a nationwide blackout earlier this week, according to the state-owned fuel supplier.</p><p></p><p>He will hold a press conference at around noon...
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Presidential office guard attacked by assailant

<p>Taipei--A military police officer on guard outside the Presidential Office was wounded by a sword-wielding man who apparently tried to break into the building on Friday morning.</p><p></p><p>The military police officer who sustained cuts to his neck was rus...
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UNIVERSIADE: Taiwan women’s football team tops Argentina in opener

<p>Taipei--Taiwan on Friday scored a spectacular win against Argentina in the opening game of the women's football tournament at the Taipei Universiade, winning 3-0 in the first game of Group A matches.</p><p></p><p>Midfielder Chen Yen-ping (???) put Taiwan ah...
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CPC chairman’s resignation approved

<p>Taipei--Premier Lin Chuan (??) on Friday approved the resignation of state-owned CPC Corp, Taiwan (CPC) Chairman Chen Chin-de (???) to take responsibility for a massive blackout earlier this week, Cabinet spokesman Hsu Kuo-yung (???) announced.</p><p></p><p...
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