"Triple entry accounting is an enhancement to the traditional double entry system in which all accounting entries involving outside parties are cryptographically sealed by a third entry. These include purchases of inventory and supplies, sales, tax and utility payments and other expenses. Placed side by side, the bookkeeping entries of both parties to a given transaction are congruent. A seller books a debit to account for cash received, while a buyer books a credit for cash spent in the same transaction, but in separate sets of accounting records. This is where the blockchain comes in: rather than these entries occurring separately in independent sets of books, they occur in the form of a transfer between wallet addresses in the same distributed, public ledger, creating an interlocking system of enduring accounting records. Since the entries are distributed and cryptographically sealed, falsifying them in a credible way or destroying them to conceal activity is practically impossible."

What does Triple Entry Accounting mean for:

Large companies

Trustworthy layer from capital markets
Image gains

Small and Medium Business

Better loan rates


More time for intellectual work

Venture Capitalists and M & A

Trustworthy layer from capital markets
Image gains

Large-scale Buyers

Supply chain strengthening

Financial Companies

Safer operations


Security market development organizations

Financial Services

Commercial banks, Investment banks, Factoring companies, Insurance companies, Private credit funds

Non-financial companies

Large corporations, Scaling SMBs.

Professional and Business Associations

Helping associates to grow up.


Track.Capital is a web-based, platform-independent enterprise blockchain solution that enables:


A foundation of trust and transparency for capital markets.

Best rates

More affordable loan rates.

Better chain

A more robust and dependable supply chain.


Safer operations.


Global, open and decentralized network for business transaction.

Tracking and validation for all business transactions.

Trade transaction lockup.

How it works

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