Authentication for creating commits by REST API

With reference to this document

Specifically the commit request:

curl https://api.bitbucket.org/2.0/repositories/username/slug/src \
    -F /repo/path/to/image.png=@image.png

I don't see how this request is authenticated, there is no password or personal access token used.

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Hi John, the documentation is assuming that the user is already authenticated 

Bitbucket uses the authenticated user's full/display name and primary email address. Commits cannot be created anonymously.

Similarly to when you do any git operations from your terminal.

Hope that clarifies!

Ana

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