@ATCkit *The topic was closed before I could respond fully.
Okay, I'll be realistic about Paycoin with you. I work at Microsoft as a contractor. The people who are familiar with Bitcoin, I showed them Paycoin's code. The consensus was that the inflation would probably kill the coin in under a year. Along with the premine (12mil), that was told to us initially that it wouldn't happen. Yet it did.
A general question to ask yourself is, why are they having to manually destroy coins from the hyper-inflation? No production team I've seen on the MS campus thinks, "yeah lets make a program that creates more work for us to do manually...".
It could be more useful than BTC if the PayCoin team pulls together the original PayCoin vision.
Sorry, I have yet to see that team produce the technical expertise to be able to do so.
I think you should also be aware before the coder/devs left (Joe-jmordica and Eric), a person that was helping them the most is also the same person you've been talking to on the forum (@Daffy).
Thus the Paycoin project doesn't have the technical skill to correct the flaws in the code nor does it appear the CEO wants them fixed.