Is there a way for me to easily use a local git repository to create one in bitbucket?

I have a local git repository, I see that I can move other "hosted" repositories to Bitbucket, but how do I do it with one only on my local hard drive?

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You simply create an empty repository with the desired name on the bitbucket server. This empty repository has an URL to be addressed (for example using either git- or http(s)-protocol)

After having this URL you go to your local repository and add this newly created bitbucket-repository via commandline (or within the GUI of your flavor)  as a remote repository, for example:

git remote add origin ***YOUR_URL***

Then you can make a simple:

git push origin master

That's it ...

Or did I misunderstood your question?

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