You’ve built and launched a (very early) mvp (minimum viable product), but nobody seems as excited about it as you do. Should you stop there? Does that mean there is no interest in the market for the idea your conjuring up? Maybe, maybe not. You won’t know for sure until you can find like-minded people to either prove your point or disprove it. In any case, ship as early as possible to maximize learning opportunities.
We shouldn’t discount our passion. There is a chance that, at first, nobody else seems as enthusiastic about your product — even though it’s still in its prototype phase — other than you.
That passion, feeling that your prototype could change the world, or at least create added value, once finished, not just for you but for a large audience, that’s pure rocket fuel. Leverage the feeling. That energy will get you in front of the right people and help you onboard other potential customers.
If you seem to be alone in loving your mvp at first, do not get discouraged. Sometimes, these things take time. Others will follow. Use that positive energy to find like-minded individuals.