Money is just paper...
Evil, with regard to morality, as opposed to some supernatural being with a pitchfork and a fiery abode, is a social construct. (Both versions are manmade.) It is by group consensus that evil exists; it is not an intrinsic quality of perceived reality.
That which is considered evil varies century to century, generation to generation, country to country, culture to culture, religion to religion, town to city, war versus peace time...to name a few variations on what proponents of any particular view like to consider absolute, inviolable givens.
Evil does not exist without humanity to infuse it with meaning. It does not exist in nature.
Neither does "goodness."
Both exist as a result of humanity's attempt to maintain order so that people might coexist in relative peace in (large) settled populations.
When consensus erodes, when personal welfare or survival trumps the well-being of the group, all social contracts and constructs weaken and decay.
Entropy then chaos ensue.