According to the president’s post on Twitter, 40.8% of the purchase orders were in U.S. dollars, 6.5 % were in euros, 18.4 % were in ethereum and 33.8 % were in bitcoin.
As it was reported by Venezuela-based newsgroup, more than 3,500 companies placed bids for petro tokens, the remaining 82,000 purchasers are individuals. Unfortunately, it is not indicated who purchased crypto and what certification procedures were followed.
Despite that claim, another newsgroup Caracas Chronicles noted that no petro tokens have yet been distributed to any potential purchasers. If you look at the NEM transaction ledger it will show that petro address still has ownership of all 100 million tokens.
Last week, the president of Venezuela that the petro pre-sale raised $735 million during its first day. But he did not provide any evidence to support this number.