SINGAPORE – SMI Vantage shares soared by more than 28 per cent when the market opened on Thursday (Nov 25) after the firm said it is acquiring 3,000 crypto mining machines from a wholly-owned unit of Nasdaq-listed The9.

The stock retreated during the day but still closed up 8.7 per cent at 10 cents with 33.5 million shares changing hands.

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