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Austin Boath

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Austin Boath
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Boath in 2020
Rose Park, South Australia
🏳️ NationalityAustralian
💼 Occupation
📆 Years active  2013 - Present
🏡 Home townAdelaide, Australia
🥚 Twittertwitter.com/scxllywastaken

Austin Boath (Born 25 November 2005) is an Australian young Entrepreneur, Writer, and Musician. He Started a YouTube channel in 2013 after playing Minecraft.[1]

He is known online as Scxlly however this is only for his YouTube persona.


Austin Boath made Minecraft videos on his Scxlly channel in 2013 and then deleted all of his content. This has been confirmed by Austin himself.[2] His early videos include him buying a Queen Ant from Mikey Bustos's ant store, AntsCanada.[3] He has built up video editing skills.[4] Most notably in Movavi Video Editor but also has experience in Premiere Pro. He edits videos for fun.

He started writing his first book, Crude Earth in 2017. This book was finished in 2018 and was published as an Ebook for Amazon's Kindle. In the same year he also released his first few songs.

In 2018, he created his own ant keeping blog called Antseed. This blog would go on to become inactive in late 2018 onwards. He has plans for making a store on there, however. Also that year, his single album called Vsl was released to YouTube and Soundcloud.

By 2019, he made a series of videos on his YouTube channel called '2b2t'.[5] This was about a Minecraft server. Despite the predictions of the 2b2t wiki, he is not on the virtual 'Southern Canal' [6]

This year he has announced plans of writing another book to publish.[7] This would most likely be a biography.


In his life, he has created a number of Twitter bots that randomise different functions. His earliest project included a News generation algorithm in Javascript, @NewsFakerBot. As of the 12th of May 2020 it has made over 15,000 tweets.


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