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The address which is added will depend on whether you are using HTTPS or SSH for authentication.
The easiest way to determine the URL will be to click the "Clone" button in the UI to get the clone command, cloning the repo will automatically update the remote URL in your gitconfig.
To add a new remote for HTTPS (you will need to configure an AppPassword for authentication as username/password is no longer supported):
git remote add origin https://USERNAME:APP_PASSWORD@bitbucket.org/username/reposlug.git
For SSH, it will look a little different:
git remote add origin ssh://USERNAME@bitbucket.org/WORKSPACEID/REPOSLUG.git
NOTE: you will need to substitute in the values specified above (ie username/AppPassword/workspaceID/reposlug)
The following article explains this in more detail:
Hope this helps.
- Ben (Bitbucket Cloud Support)