Hi @Agustin_Gonzalez and welcome to the community!
I’m not aware of any API access to the current set of change events that Airtable tracks. Perhaps @kuovonne knows.
If there is now access to the internal log data it seems senseless because these are the things we should avoid building ourselves and when we do, we increase the odds of introducing performance issues.
I built exactly this capability using script actions that logged ever record change into another table. While that worked, it was slow and the pace of change in the data tables and the volume was significant enough to force me to push the log data to Firebase which presents a whole new bunch of reporting challenges.