4. The newbie posting complained about no zip file or source being available. Bytecent is a closed source project, and the source is only given to reputable exchanges. This has been discussed ad nauseam on this thread.
How do we know this coin isn't a scam if we can't see the source? What's stopping you from putting in a backdoor that lets you generate coins on demand. Why do exchanges get source code but users don't?
1. Bytecent is almost 3 years old, and no one has complained about backdoors or malware.
2. Do you have the source to Chrome, Windows, or the hundreds of applications on your PC?
3. Exchanges get the source because exchanges are not interested in mining and they also need quality control.
4. No one is forcing you are anyone else to mine Bytecent, there are hundreds of other altcoins.
If you want to know more about this project, read the earlier posts. All of your questions were answered and discussed dozens of times.