VANCOUVER, BC--(Marketwired - March 17, 2014) - LCTI Low Carbon Technologies International, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: LWCTF) (the "Company"), a diversified company focused on the clean-tech, construction, energy & energy efficiency, environmental, mining and real estate business sectors, today announced that they have received approval from The Depository Trust Company (the "DTC"), thus providing the Company with DTC eligibility.
DTC eligibility allows for LCTI shares to be easily and economically transferred between brokerage accounts electronically. The DTC is the largest securities depository in the world and acts like a clearinghouse for brokers, providing various services.
"The ability to have LCTI shares electronically transferred between brokerages is much more efficient and reduces the costs incurred in trading," said CEO Bryan Scott Jarnagin, "This makes it more economical for brokers to buy and sell our shares."
About LCTI Low Carbon Technologies International Inc.
LCTI Low Carbon Technologies International Inc. is a diversified clean-tech holding company. LCTI acquires profitable operating businesses, and clean-tech technologies. LCTI utilizes its clean-tech technologies in the development of clean-tech projects. LCTI combines the clean-tech technology with each profitable operating businesses. LCTI also issues technology sub-licenses and in return receives equity in projects and/or the companies who are issued the clean-tech technology license. For more information please visit our website www.lctiinc.com
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