| ||Ask HN: MVP for validating intended customers - what is too far?|
2 points by elliottcarlson 981 days ago | 2 comments |
|So I understand the reasoning to MVP things - especially getting validation on your idea. I have heard of people accepting credit cards however not storing, nor charging customers but just getting a proof of intent to purchase on their product - thus offering validation on the idea.|
Personally I don't agree with this approach - and that's not even approaching the potential legality of it. What does HN think? Where should you draw the line with an MVP when attempting to validate your product?
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