What is the difference between a prototype and a minimum viable product (MVP)?

The main difference between a prototype and MVP is that a prototype is a preliminary version of something that may eventually be released to the public, while an MVP is the first version of a product that is released to the public.
Another difference between a prototype and MVP is that a prototype is often created with more features and is more polished than an MVP, while an MVP is meant to be a more basic, stripped-down version of the product. Finally, a prototype is usually created by a company or organization to test out a new idea or concept, while an MVP is created by a company to start generating revenue and get user feedback.

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