Winrock Resources Wholly Owned Subsidiary Announces Purchase of Bitcoin ATM Machine

Vancouver, British Columbia--(Newsfile Corp. - January 6, 2014) - Newnote Networks Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Winrock Resources Inc. (CSE: WR) has purchased its first Bitcoin ATM Machine. Delivery of the unit is expected in Q1 2014.

The ATM machine designed and manufactured by California based Lamassu Inc., enables users to convert fiat to Bitcoin in fifteen seconds and accepts notes from over 200 countries. Newnote is currently scouting locations for the machine. The purchase of additional ATM machines is planned pending a future financing.

About Winrock Resources Inc.

Winrock holds a 100% interest in Newnote Networks Inc., a software and hardware development company specializing in the development and acquisition of cryptocurrency related products and services. Winrock has a total of 12,004,000 common shares issued and outstanding. For additional information, please visit www.winrockresources.com - www.newnote.com.

Company Contact Information

Paul Dickson
President, CEO & Director
Winrock Resources Inc.
Newnote Networks Inc.
CSE: WR
Suite 709-700 West Pender Street
Vancouver, BC V6C 1G8
direct: 604-800-6749
fax: 604-685-3833
web: www.winrockresources.com
web: www.newnote.com

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