Audit trail ledger

Distributed Databse is an audit trail electronic accounting ledger.

Current double bookkeeping accounting (evolved in 12th to 15th century Italy) was as important as the industrial revolution steam engine (18th century).

The last time accounting was improved was 500+ years ago, when mathematician Luca Pacioli dramatically affected the practice of accounting by describing the double-entry accounting method used in parts of Italy.

Databases such as distributed databases is a major improvement of double bookkeeping because:

  1. All transactions are transparent with easily available tools like and
  2. All holders are identifiable at all times.

These 2 factors have great economic value to both business and governments, on a scale similar to the introduction of the internet.  Distributed Database is an Audit system, where everyone can see everything at any time.  This is a vastly superior complementary accounting system to double bookkeeping accounting.