Instead of people debating on if this is a scam why not just ask for the proof any investor would want?

Surely with all of these investors there are now a real impressive pile of hardware working at full force. A few photos of those machines at work would prove a lot.

Isn't the whole idea of mining a "proof of work" system? Surely the hashes used to create new bitcoins that are then paid out to investors would be proof that a whole lotta hashing is going on?

It seems to me that this whole enterprise could easily prove it is legit. If the proof is out there then those yelling scam need to address that. If the proof is not out there then why not?

doesnt realy matter if they have the hardware or not, or even if they are buying more with the coins ppl are investing,

the ppl screaming "scam!" would still be doing it, cause the owner could just get his gear and money, take the rest and run....

its the internet.. "trust noone"

but ye, pics would be nice