The revenue of Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing, the world's leading chip maker, in the first half of 2018 increased by 12% to $7 billion 850 million, despite the continued weakening of the global smartphone market. According to preliminary data of the company, the revenue figure for the first half of this year can reach 16 billion 300 million dollars, increasing from 14 billion 600 million dollars for the same period in 2017. The company's message indicates a continuing high demand for chips from cryptocurrency miners.
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