Bitpay has suspended the account of the Tor project, citing "a number of higher risk transactions during our routine monitoring program" that led to the decision. Bitpay is allowing the account to remain open until Jan. 31 to allow the Tor project officials time to relocate their coins elsewhere.
Bitfinex alleges that some of the funds stolen by hackers in August are now being moved to various other exchanges, and is offering a 5% bounty to anyone that can help trace the funds back to the hacker(s). At the time of this article around 867 BTC had been moved.
21 co releases a "life-changing" app hailed across social media that allows anyone to get some Bitcoin by watching ads.1
An unknown hacker attempted to encrypt and hold the St. Louis Public Library network ransom for roughly $35K USD in Bitcoin, though library IT officials were able to regain control of the system and restore the network to a usable state by restoring from backups.
As early as 2011 a venture describing itself as "Free Digital Money" did this same thing. ↩