Croesus (KRN)




The world consists of 13 billion hectares of land. 5 billion hectares of this land consists of meadows, pastures and agricultural lands. 4.1 billion hectares of land consists of forest areas. The remaining 3.9 billion hectares of land consists of mountains and swamps.

As a result of unplanned and bad production policies, the level of hunger and food poverty has increased in the world.In the rapidly developing world, people are doing their best to disappear by fighting.The same goes for the digital world.


The ever-evolving technology is more painful and frustrating than serving people.

Why the name Croesus?


Croesus; It was created on February 24, 2022 by T.Çabuk on Binance Smart Chain to bring the world community together with a common value. Among thousands of names, the name Croesus was chosen as a result of many researches. Yes, we have very interesting questions about Croesus. The Lydian kingdom is the state that uses money best in the world. and the symbol of this kingdom is croesus. Today, money and coins have been produced in memory of many animals and inanimate objects in the world. We saw that King Croesus, who ruled the money, was forgotten. And we decided to commemorate him on earth again. And as in the past, we invite all people of the world to use croesus (KRN) money to live prosperously and happily.



Croesus; By reorganizing the world food chain and making it easier for humanity to reach the nutrients necessary for a healthy life. To eliminate bugs in the world ecosystem. In this way, those who make the Croesus token valuable in order to make the world more livable will help the world the most.

Road map

First 5-year plans



Investing in agricultural companies and producing quality seeds in China, India, USA, Brazil, Nigeria, Indonesia, Russia, Pakistan, Turkey and Japan.



Investing in laboratories and pharmaceutical companies for Cancer, Polio, Diabetes, Ebola, organ transplantation, medical organ production in the field of health.



Investing in many energy companies, especially solar panels, for sustainable energy.



Investing first in food and feed factories, then in automotive, electronics, internet and defense industry companies.



You should consult your own advisors concerning the legal and tax implications and other aspects associated with the Croesus and the Croesus social network. The Croesus is classified as a Utility Token which can be traded on secondary markets. This Whitepaper does not constitute a prospectus and does not constitute as an offer of financial instruments and/or securities to the public or any offer in any way connected to a collective investment scheme.

This whitepaper, the Croesuss and the use, holding and trading of the Croesuss carry no rights, whether express or implied, other that for the use on the Croesus network and trading on DLT exchanges following the Croesus’s admission to trading on such DLT exchanges..

Croesuss do not represent or confer any ownership rights, share or security or equivalent rights, intellectual property rights or any other form of participation relating to the Issuer. Croesuss do not give the holder thereof any entitlement to acquire any such interest or entitlement in respect of the Issuer. Furthermore, the Issuer shall not be obliged in any way to return any investment made in virtue of this Whitepaper..

This Whitepaper does not infer that (i) the information contained in this Whitepaper is accurate and complete subsequent to its date of publication or (ii) that any information supplied in connection with this whitepaper is completely accurate at any time subsequent to the date on which it is supplied..

Information and content in this Whitepaper are based on the relevant practices and legal consideration in force at the date and time the Whitepaper was drafted and are subject to change due to any potentially applicable external regulatory forces..

The Issuer

The Whitepaper has been drafted by the Croesus team and founders who will be owning the company Croesus (‘the Company), registered in Seychelles.

The Whitepaper

The Whitepaper should be read in its entirety and considered as a whole before making decisions to acquire or trade Croesuss. Croesuss do not constitute an offer or solicitation of financial instruments. If prospective Token holders are in any doubt about the contents of this Whitepaper, they should consult their financial or legal advisers.

The Company is responsible for the information contained in the Whitepaper, and to the best of its knowledge, it has taken all reasonable care to ensure that the information contained herein is in accordance with the facts and does not omit anything likely to affect the importance of such information. Nevertheless, the Company expressly disclaims any and all liability based on such information, errors in such information, or omissions in such information that are not the result of wilful intent or gross negligence. In connection with the offer made in the Whitepaper, no person is authorized to give any information or to make any representations other than those contained in the Whitepaper and/or the Website..

How to Buy


We will continue to collect requests until the first quarter of 2023. We want to make our investments before going to the stock market. You can get the Croesus KRN token from the only authorized dealer


Investment means capital at risk!

The following is a non-exhaustive disclosure of principal risk factors which are considered to be material by the Company in connection with the admission of the token to trading and/or use of the Croesus Token, as well as, to the extent applicable, the use of the Croesus platform at any moment in time. Participants should consider these risk factors alongside all other information provided in the Whitepaper and are advised to consult with their professional advisers (including their financial, accounting, legal, tax, technical, or other advisers and experts) before deciding to obtain Croesus Tokens.

Risk of losing access to Croesus tokens due to loss of private key/s, custodial error or Participation error:

A wallet is necessary to acquire, hold and dispose of Croesus tokens. The participant hereby understands that he is responsible for setting up the Wallet with a third-party provider to hold Croesus Tokens, and he/she is responsible for implementing reasonable measures for securing the wallet.

Accordingly, loss of requisite private key/s associated with the Wallet holding Croesus Tokens will result in loss of such Croesus Tokens and any other cryptocurrencies and/or tokens. Moreover, any third party that gains access to such private key/s, including by gaining access to login credentials of the Wallet that the Participant uses, may be able to misappropriate the Participant’s Croesus Token. Any errors or malfunctions caused by or otherwise related to the Wallet that the Participant chooses to receive and hold Croesus Tokens, including the Participant’s own failure to properly maintain or use such Wallet or caused as a result of the choice of third party provider for the Wallet, may also result in the loss of Croesus Tokens.

Risk of network attacks or mining attacks:

As with other decentralized cryptographic tokens based on the BEP-20 token standard, Croesus tokens are susceptible to attacks by miners in the course of validating transaction on the BSC Blockchain, including but not limited to double-spend attacks, majority mining power attacks, and selfish-mining attacks. Any successful attacks present a risk to Croesus Tokens, including, but not limited to, accurate execution and recording of transactions involving Croesus Tokens.

Risk of hacking and security weakness

Hackers or other groups or organizations may attempt to interfere with Croesus Tokens in several ways, including, but not limited to, denial-of-service attacks, Sybil attacks, spoofing, smurfing, malware attacks, consensus-based attacks, and any such similar events which could have an impact on Croesus Tokens, the Croesus Platform and the services the Company may offer from time to time.

Risk of a security weakness in the Smart Contract, the Website and Croesus Tokens source code or any associates software and/or infrastructure:

There is a risk that the Smart Contract, the Website, the Croesus platform and Croesus tokens may unintentionally include weakness or bugs in the source code interfering with the use or cause loss of Croesus tokens. Updates and alterations could lead to unexpected or unintended outcomes that have adverse effects on Croesus tokens or the Croesus platform.

Risk of no listing or low/no liquidity

Exchanges may be subject to poorly understood regulatory oversight and the Company does not give any warranties regarding any exchange service providers. Users including the participant if applicable, might be exposed to fraud and failure affecting those exchanges. There is no assurance that an active secondary market for Croesus tokens will develop or continue to develop.

Risk of eventual unfavourable fluctuation of Croesus’s token value.

The Croesus platform is intended to be financially self-sufficient and the Company does not have specific interests in the market value of Croesus tokens. Therefore, the Company considers that it shall not be affected by unfavourable fluctuation of Croesus tokens value. On the other hand, token holders are subject to such risk of eventual unfavourable fluctuation of Croesus tokens value as the price of Croesus tokens may vary over time due to a number of factors affecting the value of token holders’ portfolios. Additionally, there are several potential events that could affect the risk of unfavourable fluctuation in the value of BNB or Croesus tokens including security incidents or market irregularities at one of more of the significant cryptocurrency exchanges.

Risk of malfunction of the BSC network or any other Blockchain and competing platforms

Croesus tokens could be interacting with malfunctions unfavourably, including but not limited to one that results in the loss of Croesus tokens or prevents the use on SONAR platform.

Risk of uninsured losses

Unlike bank accounts or accounts with financial institutions, Croesus tokens are uninsured unless the participant specifically obtains private insurance to insure them. in the event of loss of Croesus tokens there is no public insurer (eg Investor Compensation Scheme or private insurance arranged by the Company to offer recourse to the Participant).

The risk associated with uncertain regulations and enforcement actions

The regulatory status of DLT Assets and their offering may be unclear or unsettled in many jurisdictions. It is difficult to predict how or whether regulatory authorities may apply existing regulation concerning technology and its applications, including the Croesus Platform and the Croesus Tokens.

Internet transmission risks

There are risks associated with using Croesus Tokens, including, but not limited to, the failure of hardware, software, and Internet connections, or other technologies on which the Croesus Platform or the use of Croesus Tokens relies. Such failures may result in disruptions in communication, errors, distortions or delays when using Croesus Tokens and the Croesus Platform or the Website.

Risks arising from lack of governance rights

Since Croesus Tokens do not represent or confer any ownership right or stake, share or security or equivalent rights, intellectual property rights or any other form of participation relating to the Company, all decisions involving the Company will be made by the Company at its sole discretion, including, but not limited to, decisions to transfer more Croesus Tokens for use, and to sell or liquidate the Company. These decisions could adversely affect the utility of the Croesus Tokens the Participant holds.

Other inherent risks

The Participant understands and accepts the inherent risks associated with Croesus Tokens, to the extent not covered elsewhere in the terms, including, but not limited to, risks associated with (a) money laundering; (b) fraud; (c) exploitation for illegal purposes; and (d) any other unanticipated risks.

If any of the risks mentioned in the terms are unacceptable the Participant is not in a position to understand them, the Participant should not acquire, hold, or use Croesus Tokens.


The forward-looking statements in the Whitepaper include, among others, statements about:

Issuer’s ability to develop the Croesus Platform and other technological components as described in this Whitepaper; Issuer’s ability to generate, offer or maintain the value of Croesus Tokens

Token Allocation

The token allocation is made with the shares present in the following table:
The ratio of shares is represented in the pie chart of figure 1.

KRN Croesus Tokens.

Total Supply: 999,999,999,999,999,999,999,999,999,999,999 (999 nonillion KRN Tokens).
Pre-Sale: Total Supply (1,000,000,000)KRN.
Donation: Total Supply (100.000.000)KRN.
Markets: Total Supply (200.000.000)KRN.
Exchange: Total Supply (
Depreciations and Gifts: Total Supply (200.000.000)KRN.
TOTAL: Total Supply (2.500.000.000)KRN.

How much is the total money? : 999 nonillion KRN

2022 Supply quantity : 2,500,000,000.00 KRN


Does it matter whether I buy Croesus on the Ethereum blockchain or the Binance Smart Chain?

Generally, no. Because there is a bridge that you can use at any time, the value of the tokens remain relatively the same. For example, if you purchase Croesus on the Ethereum blockchain, and then when you are ready to sell you see that the price of Croesus is slightly higher on the Binance Smart Chain, you can always bridge your tokens to the Binance Smart Chain and sell for the higher price. There is no fee to bridge.


Founding Leader
 Turgut Çabuk.
 Croesus KRN, Founding Leader.