Each transaction, retail or e-commerce, provokes the blockchain to record transaction timestamp, both accepting and sending wallet addresses, warranty conditions, delivery time, and all other necessary information ensuring the trust in different countries. All of the collected information is then encrypted and only available to authorized users through a simplified user interface. Then, clients and merchants have the ability to submit and close claims, rate each other, etc. A default trust rating is applied to first time platform users. The trust rating is assigned to specific wallet address. Each transaction, registered claim, resolved or unsolved (according to the purchase details), review, etc., the smart contract will automatically change the trust level for each wallet address involved.