IDL has a unique architecture it is Directional acyclic graph (DAG) assembled from blockchains.
Today technologies let us build a universal cryptoplatform incorporated in the existing legal system, which allows users to enter into various legal relationships as easily as possible while simultaneously capturing them in the form of permanent records in a distributed registry.
To build such a platform, we only need to determine the legality of actions for a unit (node) of the network. As we tried to find the most common solution, we divided the classical consensus of the distributed registry into two levels — at the application level (user-defined transaction processing and block building) and at the network level, which ensures the stability and integrity of the network. Thus, users can independently determine the composition of the nodes, the rules for joining new nodes, and the order of processing transactions. This allowed us to create a tool for constructing legally defined procedures for servicing a wide class of business processes.