“This day and age when startups talk about MVP, the emphasis is always on minimum … If product is too simple, and falls below the bar, it won’t be well received, and not likely take off. If the product is too simple, and doesn’t solve the problem, and doesn’t activate and retain the customers, it is not an MVP. It maybe a prototype, and there lies the difference,” writes Alex Iskold, Managing Director of Techstars. [Source: AlexIskold.net]