Bitcoin increased to nearly $45,000 and major altcoins rose as well after the world's 11th-largest economy announced it would regulate instead of ban cryptocurrencies.
Bitcoin fell early on but had recovered by the end of the U.S. trading day; ether drops slightly.
Bitcoin moved little on Sunday after another weekend with light volume, while tokens associated with gaming saw a price bump.
The largest cryptocurrency by market capitalization declined before recovering ground later in the day.
Bitcoin and ether fell sharply after the company formerly known as Facebook said its virtual/augmented reality division lost $10 billion in 2021.
Bitcoin and most major altcoins were in the green, although trading was lighter than on Monday.