The pre-sale of the cryptocurrency started on February 20 and ended on Monday.
At the same time, US President Donald Trump signed an order barring any financial transactions involving Venezuela's new Petro cryptocurrency, which have been described as a "crime against humanity" by Caracas.
Venezuela has allocated five billion barrels of oil to back its cryptocurrency. The authorities reportedly plan to set the initial price of their national cryptocurrency at $60 per one Petro.
On February 4, US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said Washington was weighing sanctions on Venezuela's oil sector to increase pressure on the country's authorities and make them "return to constitutional process."