SOURCE: CoroWare, Inc.

CoroWare, Inc.

October 21, 2013 09:45 ET

CoroWare Announces "DTC Chill" on Its Common Stock Has Been Lifted

KIRKLAND, WA--(Marketwired - Oct 21, 2013) - CoroWare, Inc. (OTCQB: COWI) announced today that the Depository Trust Company (DTC), has lifted the "Deposit Chill" on the Company's stock effective September 26, 2013, and has resumed accepting deposits of CoroWare's common stock for book entry transfer services. All deposit restrictions have been removed, and the Company is now once again fully "DTC Eligible", and has resumed electronic trading of the Company's common stock.

"We are very pleased about the approval to lift the Deposit Chill by the DTC. The restoration of our DTC Eligibility was a great accomplishment by our management team and SEC counsel, who have been persistent in working with the DTC to lift the Chill since it was imposed on August 12, 2012," said Lloyd Spencer, CEO of CoroWare. "We believe the removal of the DTC Chill should improve the liquidity of our stock and increase the number of shareholders who want to purchase our stock."

The Company's shareholders will benefit from the additional choices available to them as a result of this action. The Company suffered a material contraction in its market capitalization during the period of the DTC Chill.

About CoroWare

Headquartered in Kirkland, Washington, CoroWare is a solutions integrator with expertise in affordable and open mobile robotics and enterprise data analytics.

CoroWare is recognized as an innovative mobile robotics solutions integrator in the research community because of its expertise in Robot Operating System (ROS), robotics simulation, and robotics application development. CoroWare's CoroBot product line has been shipped to over 90 corporate and academic researchers in over 25 countries worldwide.

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