Hmm, I was going to say the one below might help clarify things for you, but you’re saying your own domain, aren’t you?
In which case, I’m going to recommend an article from a couple years ago as it might help. This is a completely random suggestion I found and I can’t tell you if it’ll work. But at least wanted to put something out there.
If nothing else, it might help clarify things with your TXT code. I guess reply if you’ve already tried and not having luck, if it works, or what you end up doing.
Use the MXToolBox SuperTool. In the entry field, enter (no quotes): “txt:” The TXT Lookup tool will become available.
Enter your website domain name. Example result for ‘brave.com’:
When you right-click on the tiny padlock icon, at the left end of the Internet browser URL address field, and check on the certificate . . . do you get something like, for example, the PlanetHoster website’s certificate (but of course, info about the certificate that you purchased):