ennvlxkm
4 months ago  Karma: 761
Should I build an MVP for my DApp

I'm concerned that by building an MVP for my DApp the users will find it "just barely interesting". They will try it once, but will never come back.

Should I build an MVP or is it better to ship my DApp with all its functionalities?

en
DAPP development
#blockchain
ennvlxkm
4 months ago  Karma: 761
Should I build an MVP for my DApp

I'm concerned that by building an MVP for my DApp the users will find it "just barely interesting". They will try it once, but will never come back.

Should I build an MVP or is it better to ship my DApp with all its functionalities?

en
DAPP development
#blockchain

ONE ANSWER
brandon.pearson1011
4 months ago Karma: 1517

The concept behind an MVP is that nobody can be sure if an idea is good until it is brought to the marketplace. Don’t spend your time and money fine-tuning an app that is not god. Instead, release a “good enough” version and let users use the app and incorporate their feedback into your development decisions to improve your product.

While your concerns are valid, I think MVP is a good idea for several reasons:
- it helps you focus on the product's value proposition,
- in turn, this will reduce work by making you more efficient.
- it will forge useful relationships with your early adopters as soon as possible,
- in turn, this will highlight o the most critical business functions.

So, an MVP will let you innovate based on the most relevant feedback mechanism possible- the marketplace. And this makes an MVP an even more suitable development approach for blockchain based projects where market sentiment is of utmost importance.

But, to succeed with an MVP, you will have to think beyond the first version you are going to offer. Keep in mind the big picture and make sure to act on the feedback you get from the market.

The key takeaway: start with something "good enough" but don't stop there.

Good luck!

The concept behind an MVP is that nobody can be sure if an idea is good until it is brought to the marketplace. Don’t spend your time and money fine-tuning an app that is not god. Instead, release a “good enough” version and let users use the app and incorporate their feedback into your development decisions to improve your product.

While your concerns are valid, I think MVP is a good idea for several reasons:
- it helps you focus on the product's value proposition,
- in turn, this will reduce work by making you more efficient.
- it will forge useful relationships with your early adopters as soon as possible,
- in turn, this will highlight o the most critical business functions.

So, an MVP will let you innovate based on the most relevant feedback mechanism possible- the marketplace. And this makes an MVP an even more suitable development approach for blockchain based projects where market sentiment is of utmost importance.

But, to succeed with an MVP, you will have to think beyond the first version you are going to offer. Keep in mind the big picture and make sure to act on the feedback you get from the market.

The key takeaway: start with something "good enough" but don't stop there.

Good luck!

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