When a LGCY transaction is broadcast, it is transmitted and stored in the form of a byte array over the network. Bandwidth Points consumed by one transaction = number of transaction bytes multiplied by bandwidth points rate. For example, if the byte array length of a transaction is 200, then the transaction consumes 200 bandwidth points. However, if a LGCY or token transfer results in the target account being created, then only the bandwidth points consumed to create the account will be deducted, and additional bandwidth points will not be deducted. In an account creation scenario, the network will first consume the bandwidth points that the transaction initiator gained from freezing LGCY. If this amount is insufficient, then the network consumes the transaction initiator’s LGCY.