You really have no concrete evidence to be making judgments or decisions about somebody else who you meet over the internet. You have an incomplete picture of a "boyfriend" in this case - he "seems nice" and can tell you what he thinks you want to hear. Or, maybe he's a decent guy? There's just no way of telling for sure until you actually do meet the person & get to know what they are really like. Chances are high that you have some misconceptions about this person, and there's even a chance the person is a completely made-up, fictitious "internet identity" that has no basis in reality.
I have had up to 5 separate internet identities at the same time - some of them male, some female. I don't like to be "tracked" and followed by online predators, advertisers, spammers, hackers, or government agencies that have no business prying into my personal life. Basically, this is usually done to gain some advantage or stay competitive in online social games like there are in facebook. A lot of people do this simply for gaming. However, it would be easy to see how people would go out on the internet and live a fantasy-life through a false identity, then justify their actions as "just having fun," just seeing what it's like, or something along those lines. Then, there are people out there who are truly dangerous "predatory" types of people - and they like to get nasty, play cruel pranks on people, hurt people - because they are "damaged goods."
It is amazing how many guys from Asia tried to "hit on" my female identities. I am a man, only interested in women - and was quick to tell these guys what my real identity was, or tell them that I was married, or had no interest in them, or simply block them from being able to see my account any longer.
2 months is a very short time to know somebody over the internet. I have had contacts over the internet that I played games with for over 2 years, interacted with them every day, and still have never met them. I'm sure that some of the people I interacted with were also fake internet identities. That's one way that people use the internet to try to protect their privacy. I have also met women on the internet and then also met them in real life, gone on dates. Nothing much ever came of these meetings - but some people do end up meeting for real, liking each other, and then getting married. I know several married couples who first met each other over the internet. So, just be careful, and always keep these things in mind when dealing with online relationships.