Problem is that GoDaddy uses not only CNAME, but A (host) records too. While CNAME is easy to configure (you just add your bitbucket.org record to the www line of the list, right?) — A (host) requires the record to appear as IP. Bitbucket doesn't provide any IP. When I try to configure Bitbucket side, I get an error, that the domain is pointing to [IP of the A-record].
I'm not sure what you're trying to achieve but regarding the following documentation, I believe that you can't install a personal certificate into a Bitbucket service:
https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/BITBUCKET/Associate+an+Existing+Domain+with+Your+Account (please refer to HTTPS and CNAMEs)
However, if you're creating a kind of internal redirect, you may use local settings for A records.
Anyway, you always have can raise a new support ticket for further assistance.
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