This type of running tally can be done in Airtable (and somewhere in this forum I’m pretty sure there’s a post that either documents the process, or links to a sample base showing how it’s done), but it takes some heavy table mangling to do it because databases just aren’t designed for this kind of thing. Unlike cells in a spreadsheet, records (rows) in a database have no knowledge of each other, so there’s no database equivalent of “look a this cell in the previous row, add something to it, then display the result.”
I would strongly suggest reexamining your base/table setup if you want this kind of running tally, and possibly reconsider the tally’s importance completely. While it’s a common thing to do with spreadsheets (mainly because it’s so easy), I find that it’s rarely of much practical use in the long run.
And if you say, “I still want to do it. Please tell me how?”, I’m afraid I can’t help you. I’ve glanced at other bases where it’s been done, but haven’t taken the time to learn the process myself because I haven’t felt that it would add any value to anything I’m doing. Sorry!