On July 7 2020, as a result of partnership between ATI (the leading public company in Internet services and technological solutions in Tunisia) and Universa Hub Africa, the launch of global Tunisian national blockchain network was publicly signed. Formally approving the launch during the live video stream (available at lnd.im/2020TunisianNationalBlockchainLaunch), the official representatives (Moez Maaref, PDG of ATI, Omar Bouattay, head of Universa Hub Africa and Alexander Borodich, Universa CEO), have signed the Public Private Partnership (PPP) using MyDocuments.tn blockchain-based certified e-sig service, deployed in Tunisia and available to regular Tunisian citizens to sign their papers officially. The future planned developments are directed at Smart Cities, e-gov and citizen-oriented solutions. The national Tunisian blockchain network is based on latest Universa Blockchain technology developments, and is available to the general public in Tunisia. The next milestones in deployment and launch are to be national DNS over blockchain, decentralized ID system, Blockchain Web services and some others, roughly expected around September 2020 – January 2021. This effectively makes Tunisia the first country with national blockchain, specifying a new definition of totally decentralized Internet, and opening new opportunities for e-gov and private services.