Even IF the project had someone capable of implementing something innovative that still leaves some major hurdles to overcome:
1) Who's gonna use it? Rename it, or repaint it - it's still Garza's scam in most people's eyes no matter what the 200 hardcore supporters would like you to think. Despite publicly condemning Garza they seem to be fully committed to the same fallacies (trolls/haters/etc).
2) Speaking of which, what are those supporters expecting? Wouldn't most simply dump it given an opportunity?
3) Paycoin has been mentioned as the extension of Garza's ponzi in the SEC lawsuit. It seems reckless to invest any resources into such a high risk coin - what if US GOV decides to make an example of it?
Luckily it looks like it's just a relatively small group of remaining addicts so as long as they don't bother anyone outside of their group too much I guess it's fine. I fully support their freedom to learn from their mistakes, as many times as they need to.