Earlier this month, Venezuela claimed that a few countries have expressed interest in receiving the petro for commerce with Venezuela such as Norway, Denmark, Brazil, Vietnam, Poland, and others. This is reported by Coindesk.
Minister of Foreign Trade of Venezuela, José Vielma Mora, according to Telesur TV said that Poland and a number of other countries have “expressed interest in exporting goods to Venezuela like food and medicine” and receiving payments for them in petro coins.
Polish issue Gazeta asked Polish Ministry of Finance for the comment.
The Ministry of Finance did not receive any letter in this matter…Cryptocurrencies are not issued or guaranteed by the central bank or other state institutions. Therefore, they are not legal tender or currency, they can not be used to pay tax liabilities and are not widely accepted at commercial and service outlets.
Polish Ministry of Finance
The Venezuelan government reported last week that they has raised more than $1 billion from the petro’s pre-sale in just two days, but some experts believes that "petro hasn’t raised a dime".