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Git is prompting for bitbucket password instead of ssh key being used

I've verified that my ssh key is working buy using the command ssh -T


But when I go to push my code to bitbucket I'm prompted to put in my bitbucket password and if I do that it says to setup and ssh key because I have 2fa enabled. 

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edwin Community Leader Feb 05, 2018

Hi Zach,

Check your remote url and verify it isn't https

git remote -v

That was exactly the problem remote was set to https not ssh thank you!

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